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I know Euge played the Vigilante from Jen Price. And he contributed here from time to time.
All the pictures on his website appear to be a Sugal.
Anyone have any idea if he gave up on the Vigilante and went back to the Sugal?
Or maybe he lurks here from time to time and can respond.
 

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Last time I communicated with him, he was still playing the Sugal mouthpiece he's been using for years. He tries lots and lots of mouthpieces, though.
 

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Its a Sugal SGII with a bullet chamber. 115 facing. I really like the Vigilante. Very much like the handmade Guardala used to play. I friend of mine was fin desperate need of a piece and I let him have. I did record with it though and really liked it. Hope that helps.
 

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Its a Sugal SGII with a bullet chamber. 115 facing. I really like the Vigilante. Very much like the handmade Guardala used to play. I friend of mine was fin desperate need of a piece and I let him have. I did record with it though and really liked it. Hope that helps.
I'm confused by your post. Are you playing the Vigilante and gave the Sugal to a friend or are you playing the Sugal and gave the Vigilante to a friend?
 

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FWIW, “Vigilante” is a brand. It would help to know which of the many models, people are using.
 

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My Vigilante tenor is engraved NYSV (new york studio vintage) claimed to be actual old pink-plate Guardala blank, Jen Price handmade, looks like a brecker (or II ?) type baffle. not bullet. Measures around .116 according to my home brew measurements.


also shown my Sakshama alto, my BARI Sop, an M9 Bari and a Black Widow
 

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