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Lelandais made mouthpieces under their own name, as well as ‘blanks’ that other companies would stamp their own logos onto. That's why you see the same mouthpiece with different names.
 

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Dear "NewSaxGuy" You have to tell me, why you suddently redraw the Lelandais mouthpiece from your Ebay in the middle of the auction?
Since you would´nt ship it outside USA, I had one of my friends bidding for me, and we were the highest bidder when you suddently redraw.
The reason i was interested in the mouthpiece, were that I happen to have the twin to it, and personally I love that sound I produce with it on my Selmer Serie III sax, fitted with a old Mark VI neck. I know it is a sound a lot of saxplayers in modern time have forgotten, and folk's tells me, that the sounds belongs to the pre WW time in the thirtyes... Do you still have the mouth piece?
Sincerly
Stefan G. Rasmussen
Denmark
www.verdensmindstebigband.dk
 
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