tenor most of the time, occasionally alto, and rarely clarinet and flute. Soprano stays rested
Yeah right... I see them in quantities here everyday. Just like on any other forum. What's your point?Sugal mouthpieces are for folks who don't know how to google...
are you saying you had a positive or negative experience? and how does that relate to the topic here? I can't tell.I visited his shop in 1993 and bought a tenor and soprano mouthpiece. The soprano was a prototype with a longer window (normal length for most mouthpieces, his were too short IMHO). It was a very good mouthpiece after I had Frank Wells reface it. I no longer have it as it was stolen along with 3 horns.
+1I interpret it as someone who makes excruciatingly expensive blanks.
One of the few brands I refuse to work on. Difficult, not worth the money, and in the end still unrewarding.