Hi, i already bought Dave Guardala mouthpiece, hand made by Nadir Ibrahimoglu from Hamburg......Its great...do you have some Guardala mpc experiences?
Sean, if you like Links your unlikely to like Guadalas, they are about as different in concept as you can get.SeanLittle89 said:Maybe its not for me, I like my Link that Adam Niewood refaced...
A step FORWARD to the RPC. Because of mine, I'm completely over metal.Saxlicker said:Off topic, just to explain why I say currently....I have an RPC115B...and it took a little time to get used to but...wow!
So when I break down the mental comfort barrier that makes me pull out a metal tenor piece at gigs, it could take a step back to the RPC.
That is what I though when I first played mine, but after a playing it for a while I sounded like myself. I still use it on gigs where I need a lot of volume.Giganova said:I had a Crescent and hated it ... thin & shrill sounding, not my cup of tea.
OK let me rephrase that.hakukani said:A step FORWARD to the RPC. Because of mine, I'm completely over metal.
I tried a Crescent at the WWBW about a yr ago. It was very focused, but really buzzy and hard for me to control. That was just an initial 15 minute impression though.Giganova said:I had a Crescent and hated it ... thin & shrill sounding, not my cup of tea.
J.Max said:I wonder why they don't make the Fatboys anymore? Seems to me that those were the ultimate Guardala pieces, and I'm surprised that WWBW or PMS hasn't tried to recreate them.