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I bought this to try getting a more vintage sound on my 1919 Conn stencil bari, and to see if a really (REALLY!!) large chamber mpc would help my tuning problems, as my Rico Graftonite plays universally sharp on this horn.

Can anyone tell me what this mpc really is?

It didn't really make that much difference in the intonation.

ADVthanksANCE

-Jack

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Did I mention that it is HUGE??
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That's what is referred to as a Conn Eagle mouthpiece. They don't come any bigger. Conn used the same blanks for their bass mouthpieces.
 
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