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Hello fellows,
I don't manage to identify what selmer Bass mpc model this one belongs to.
Probably vintage, opening size is not written on table (as modern S80) but on top barrel. Plus it has a super large round chamber (not square as S80 is given to have according to Selmer site).

Could it be a "transitional" model between Soloist style and SA 80, in this case made before 1974 ?
Thanks (I am not a Bass player).
 

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well it has no square nor horseshoe so no, not any transitional mouthpiece. It has certainly a modern shape and probably this is a " bass model" on his own right , modern and not old

Read here, I think that what you have is a fairly modern production selmer bass mouthpiece, certainly made after the '80

https://modernbarisax.com/selmer-mouthpiece-comparison/
 
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