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Gary, things to check:

1. Neck cork seal to mouthpiece and neck.

2. Rods and their support posts...sometimes there can be a metal to metal contact, and when the horn vibrates it can make a spittle-like noise. Techs usually place a piece of cork, teflon, ultraseude etc. to cease these vibrations.

3. Inside of neck. Is it clean? Built up dirt and other nasties might be making spit retain inside the neck and cause it to cling, and you might be hearing the built up spit.

Hope you figure out what it is.

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