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tried to use mine for a outside rock gig last nite-just dosnt have quite enough edge and cut -even using a plasticover!. dont have a spoiler for it. switched to my jazz custom 2nd set-much better!
 

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jazz has a bigger baffel -a little more power and edge
 

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The spoiler makes all the difference. That is exactly what it is designed for.
 

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Wow. I have never used a mouthpiece as bright and loud as my JJ Classic tenor MPC. (spoiler in). I am a big advocate of using amplification to be heard, but I ocassionally (when I am feeling really lazy) use my JJ in small rooms even with bass, drums, and electric guitar.
 

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SPOILER mannn spoiler!! Plays an 8 transparent blue JJ classic on alto AND soprano. Nothing has dethroned them yet ;)
 

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yes its alto only and my fav runyon alto mpc. been playing on one for a long time. with a plasticover reed its bright enough for anything.
 

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The thread title says "Jody Jazz", and that's what the OP talks about and by the second post and thereon, the conversation is about Runyons. Might be considerate to let unknowing readers know the connection between JJ classic and runyons, what?.
 

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The JJ Classic is made with the same molds as the Runyon Custom. There may be a small amount of additional finishing work on the Classic's facing length and tip rail. The Classics used to be play tested for QC by Jody when they first came out. I do not know if they still are.

Jody appears to use a different maker for his HR mouthpieces and another one for his high end DV mouthpieces.
 

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Thank you, Keith.
 
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