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I need a definitive answer on the size of FL ligature that fits a Miami Dukoff tenor piece. I can't readily try them out since the closest place that sells them (Saxquest) is over 1.5 hours away. I see conflicting info that says everything from Soprano to Alto to Small Tenor. Can anyone tell me for sure?

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Please, no suggestions of other brands or types of ligatures. I'm only interested in the Francois Louis at this point in time.
 

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I use a Dukoff tenor and have tried lots of ligatures for it and have concluded the best one is a basic 2 screw ligature that comes with the mouthpiece
 

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Check the FL website. It says "S" for tenor Dukoff. That's what I used for a short time. Like JD, I preferred the standard Dukoff lig. Only problem was the screws occasionaly twisted off. Now I make my own brass ligs to fit the Rovener tightening hardware.
 

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I didn't ask about the original two screw Dukoff ligature, did I? I asked about the FL. And I'm not sure the web page is correct.
 
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