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Same neck, different bellbrace and octave key. Bore and taper are identical, or so nearly damn close the diff becomes neglibible. They fit a 10M perfectly, and a 10M neck fits a 16M perfectly (should anyone have that inclination.....)

They intone fine and sound the same, to me, IMHO.

He should be giving a slight price break on that horn, maybe $100 less than w/ an original neck, since the original neck is gone....but....as far as performance goes, the 10M would lose nothing (not so sure I believe it gains anything)
 

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It's either that (get a 16m neck and have it filled with lead or cerrobend and modifying the angle)....
I was wondering about the method for doing that...because everything I could come up with would have caused the neck tube to kink someplace. That's a good solution !!!!

So youy melt cerrobend or cerrolow & fill the neck with it , then bend the tube, then reheat to get all of the cerro to come out ? This keeps the tube from kinking ?

Does any ever stick to the inside of the neck tube ? Or does it flow out easily ?
 
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