"King In The Castle" & Distinguished SOTW Member
I am considering buying a DG King silver-plated mpc and would appreciate hearing more about its sound, character, or any experience you have had with it.
I hear that!SoulMate said:After a while the sound is you, not the MPC.
If it feels good, you can shape the sound and make it work for you. What's equaly important is reeds. The sound and feel of these are a big part of your setup, someting I tend to overlook myself.
Really. I saw that the other day. It's got to be an error so anyone who wants one should take advantage of it as quickly as they can.J.Max said:Considering what WWBW is selling them for, I wouldn't consider them pricy at all right now...
Mine just arrived from WWBW and it's excellent and the easiest mouthpiece I've ever used for altissimo. Very pleased with it, especially at less than £100 including postage (duty and vat will add a further £20 or so).shmuelyosef said:The gold-plated Guardala is still $150!!!...$20 cheaper than the Silver-plate.They must just have more stock of the Au-plate...
What's the tip opening on the DG King? I do agree a change of brand mpc doesn't really change the sound providing the tip opening and facing are about the same.Yellowhorn said:I am considering buying a DG King silver-plated mpc and would appreciate hearing more about its sound, character, or any experience you have had with it.