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I recently bought a Brilhart tonalin 3* for tenor in an excellent condition. However, it does not seal well with most reeds and it produces a sound with almost no vibration (like a much more open piece with a very hard reed).
I would appreciate anyone's suggestion as of what to do with it. Is there a technician specializing on Vintage Tonalins?
Thank you,
Ioannis
 

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To the church of Thessonolica, greetings.Seriously though, I don't think you will need a specialist on tonalins to figure out how to make it play well. Just choose one of our mouthpieces fixers like Mojo and the problem can be identified and fixed.
 
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