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Has anyone tried a Brancher metal J series mouthpiece. I was thinking of trying one along with a metal V16 and a Yani metal.
 

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For which horn?
If for tenor, I have one that I may be willing to sell
It is a Brancher J27,tip op.of .108
Comes with Brancher gold pl. lig, plastic cap &cool protective plastic box.
PM if interested
 

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I had the J29 and B29 Tenor mp's.The J model was as they say,very warm and jazzy,free blowing also.It is a very nice sounding piece and there so well made and i just bought a Brancher J21 Metal soprano mp that i was wanting for a while as i thought it would be nice like the tenor version and wow,i love it.The tenor mp is very round in sound and would please many people i think,there that good.Ligature is a work of art also.
 

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Saxmancam,

Do yourself a favor and create a new thread with your question in the correct area on the forum. Here:

The Marketplace > Horns and Equipment Wanted & For Sale > Saxophones > Misc. Equipment Wanted/For Sale
 

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I had a Brancher J-27 on trial at home many months ago. It was very free-blowing and had a jazzy Berg Larsen kind of tone that also was very versatile. I liked it a lot, but probably an LJ (no longer available made) would have suited me better as I like "the big tone" of large chamber mouthpieces. :)
 

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I am currently playing a Brancher tenor J 27 and I must say it is great fun, very easy playing (with Ponzol reeds 2,5) and I really look forward to get my Super 20 tenor back (which was repadded by a friend so I left my Ponzol M1 105 in the case for him to play the horn with my favourite mouthpiece).
I like this mouthpiece so much that I am seriously contemplating the possibility to buy a similar one one alto too.

Funny enough, I disagree and any similarities with a Berg Larsen this is a much darker piece and has a ease of play that , with this opening, I've never had with any Bergs that I've ever tried , besides manufacturing of this piece has to be among the most precise and best ever achieved in a production piece.
 
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