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I recently bought a Buffet clarinet, and it came with a very nice HR mouthpiece. It has the three rings like the Chedeville pieces, but the Buffet logo is close to the shank part of the piece instead of the center of the mouthpiece. Has anyone else seen this variation of the Buffet Chedeville pieces? I looked on the internet, and all that I have found have the logo in the center of the piece, not near the shank end. The clarinet is from around 1935 if that helps.
 

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Buffet used the same blanks as the great chedevilles and Frank Kaspar mouthpieces. The rubber is the same; however, they bored out the insides, so even if you can duplicate the lay, there is no way the will play the same. Some of them still play good, though. Depends what you're looking for.
 
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