May I know your views? I was informed by a few persons that Guardala doesn't fit but Link and Lawton are fine with Selmer SBA tenors. Yes, that's subjective. Still want to hear your views.
Milandro,milandro said:what do you mean by doesn't fit? all mouthpieces might or might not fit on a cork but that has only to do with how thick a cork is and you can replace that or sandpaper it and have it fit at leisure! A mouthpiece choice is not a matter of size to fit a horn but rather to fit your preference in terms of sound and playability!
I don't want to spoil the fun of telling someone how the combination we found after years of research works well and that we get the best sound ever produced on a horn with it, but do you realize that in a few pages the unforunate man will have not less than 20-30 brands and sizes to choose from, most of which might not even be readily available to him?Frank D said:milandro, I thought the game was for everyone to reccomend the mouthpiece they're currently using.
exactly as this quote by joelsp says one needs to try and by the trial and error process (that's why most shops in the world let you try the pieces)you will establish your criteria and with a process of elimination you will get to your holy grail.joelsp said:Just try all the main names probably. Guardala, Link STM or Tone Master, Selmer Soloist or Super Session, Jody Jazz, Lawton, Berg, Beechler...
Who knows which one will work, but one of them might.