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I have a LeBayle mouthpiece which is stained and grubby-looking. I've cleaned it with warm soapy water, to no avail.

Can I use Brasso, or isn't that a good idea?
 

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Mine was the same.... What I did was use Brasso, stuck an old reed on using double sided sticky tape (to protect the table and chamber) and then sprayed it with laquer... Seems to have done the trick.
 

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Thanks, Alistair.

Are you still enjoying your Selmer?
 

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The Ref 36 is great... Shame I'm not really up to it yet, but it certainly isn't holding me back!!!

Around Xmas I hope to start having a go with the Weltklang Soprano I got on eBay recently...
 

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The Ref 36 is great... Shame I'm not really up to it yet, but it certainly isn't holding me back!!!

Around Xmas I hope to start having a go with the Weltklang Soprano I got on eBay recently...
I'm hoping one day to live up to my YTS-23! But a Ref 36 is on my list of saxes to try.

Initially I read that as a "WetKlang" and thought, "Well, that's a good name for a sax."

Could I ask you if I should use any particular sort of lacquer?
 
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