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looks like a Guardala or something like that, he uses a selmer ligature and the mouthpiece is not shape specific.

Just google him (he is SOooooooo present on line) Daniele Vitale and ask him what he’s got. I am sure he will love the attention
 

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He replied to this question in the comment section of one of his other videos:
"Reeds Rico Royal n 3 - 3 and 1/2, mouthpiece Guardala model Traditional"
 

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It obviously is a DG. I do not know why I didn't realize this the first time. He's using a Selmer ligature which is a long-time favorite on a DG. IIRC, you use an alto lig on a tenor DG. The 'Traditional' was DG's darkest mouthpiece. Each model came in one facing and I think it was his closest tenor at around .100.
 

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It looks like something I made called a Contemporary but why in God's name would you want that, it sounds awful! Phil Barone
Well I took a quick look/listen to one of the dude's numbers and I think obvious answer, Phil, is that if you play like that (and just as important is to look like that as you blow, have the moustache, etc.) airhead chicks will dig you, fall all over you, even...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTC606i3ZYg
 
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