Call some of the automotive custom bling shops, they get small items plated all the time.mudrock1000 said:um..........yea how much cuz it would be nice if it matched my tenor XD
Sure, I'm drunk, but what does that have to do with anything :drunken:Sigmund451 said:The alcohol industry sells 90% of its product to 10% of the population....
You take it from there :?
On the other hand many brass mouthpieces are plated, gold or silver. If I recall correctly, Guardala had advertising material espousing the effect of one or the other on the sound produced. The gold plating was more expensive and, as you might expect, produced the better sound.selmer said:yes..but plating a mouthpiece?.......that's going too far.....how many peaple notice what a mouthpiece looks like!!!!!
CRY lol jkzxcvbnm said:Sorry if I sounded a bit harsh, but this is something you kinda have to learn...