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If anyone has an opinion on a good (pretty loud) rubber mpc for $100 or less, also pm me if you have one for sale. I have a modern STM 6* and am looking for a little warmer sound. Thanks
 

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I play a John Thomas .078 and it's LOUD when I push it but it can also be warm. These things are becoming popular down at UM and around some of the colleges here in town.
 

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I'll 3rd a V16, with a meyer type sound, or a Java/Jumbo for a more edgy dukoff type sound. You can find these on the market place for under $100
 

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Hi selmartaynor try a Otto Link hard rubber Tone Edge in a 6* tip opening. Also check out Meyer 5 large chamber medium facing hard rubber mouthpiece. I have both for tenor and the Meyer is loud.
 

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Loud, did you say LOUD?? Try a Claude Lakey 8*3 or 9*3. These mouthpieces are a weapon and can easily peel wallpaper, and only cost about $60.
 

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For a very long time I played a Rico Jazz hard rubber mouthpiece. I think it was a seven. Played like a Meyer, but that was just for me.
 

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mattbutler said:
I play a John Thomas and it's LOUD when I push it but it can also be warm.
That's what Lady Chatterley said. :D
 
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