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Hi! I play Pomarico crystal mouthpieces on both alto and tenor, but these are not available for baritone. I am looking for something similar. I currently play a Selmer S80 "D", which is fine but not the sound I want. Any ideas what could be similar to my preferred crystal mpieces?
 

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In what ways is your Selmer not like what you are looking for?
It is hard to explain. It is easy blowing and I can control it but the sound is not very focused and not particularly beautiful. So it is great for playing in the woodwind orchestra but the Bach suites are just not sounding good (sorry, I probably should have mentioned I am looking for a mouthpiece for classical music this time). And I also tried the C star opening, it was basically the same for me.
 

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I like a Rousseau 5R on my Buescher 400 for 'legit' playing.
 
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