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  1. Bb Tenor
    When I play my tenor with the Selmer mouthpiece, it is always flat, even once the horn is warmed up. The mouthpiece is also pushed in all way that it can. I have another mouthpiece but i have no problem with it whatsoever, and it tunes just fine. Anyone know the problem?
  2. P. Mauriat
    I've been playing baritone for over 20 years, so I'm no stranger to it (my primary horn). My baritones of choice for the past 15 years have been Conn 12m's. Two weeks ago I got a Mauriat PMB-302. I love how it plays, the action, response, feel, look, etc. However, I'm having trouble getting...
  3. Bb Soprano
    Hi, I bought a Buescher TT soprano and love the tone on it. I am new to soprano, mainly playing tenor, but this instrument seemed to play beautifully in tune with itself straight out of the box. Only trouble was that when I checked with a tuner I found I was playing a full semitone flat with...
  4. Misc. Saxophone Discussion
    Not sure if this is the right place for a kind of daft question, but here goes... We did an open air gig tonight for Santa Claus and his reindeer coming into town. Great atmosphere and the kids loved it. However both myself on tenor and colleague on alto and soprano could not get up to...
  5. Tenor mpc
    I recently acquired a Caravan tenor mouthpiece. It is excellent, just right for my concert band scene. I have a Link Edge (6) and I not long ago had a Phil Barone metal Jazz (6*). I like both of those mouthpieces but I found that I had to pull them way back to get in tune. In contrast, with the...
  6. Bb Soprano
    Hello all, I recently got a 1924 King Soprano from ebay for a steal. Just took it to the shop and was fixed up very well except for one problem: it plays extremely flat. I've been experimenting with reeds with not much change. With the mouthpiece I have (an elkhart that I don't know the facing...
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