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· Distinguished SOTW Member, Forum Contributor 2016
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1) Excellent

2) Intermediate to pro, easily

3) Large chamber mouthpiece...don't go small chamber or high baffle or you will have just killed everything which is classic King about the horn. Reed...c'mon, mate ;)...that's your call.

Great horns...

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I have bought it and think it sounds great, a wonderful full and rich tone and mechanics that are silky smooth (I think a previous thread said - 'melting butter'). It takes a little while to find the centre to avoid overblowing (esp. mid. D), but even the plastic read (Bari hard on Berg 105/1- cane read La Voz medium hard) sounds full (not thin) in the mid-range.
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