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Antigua Winds: SS 3159 Curved Soprano , Pro One Alto & Tenor w/Cryo Necks, BS 3220 low A Baritone
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I need advice on metal bari mouthpieces. I play a Metalite M (.110) on a Vito VSP and I just want a metal alternative. I hear good things about Zinner and Yanagisawa metals, but I'm open to suggestions. BTW, I'm also not trying to break the bank. Thanks in advance.
 

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Metal Runyon Quantum or a brilhardt Levelaire would be similar to your Metalite for metal mpcs
 

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SR Technologies Pro. A great all-rounder.
 

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stick with the metalite-there are few bari mpcs better than this one
 

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I like the metal Quantum with a tooth deck on bari. The Metalite is a great value. It just feels too large in the mouth for me.
 

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My Yanigisawa 7 metal has served me very well, and I have received many compliments on my tone. The baffle is not too extreme, and you are able to have a good tonal presence in all registers. It may be on the slightly expensive side depending on budget, but it is a well rounded piece and highly recommended.
 
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