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I like my Runyon Custom mouthpiece but I am finding that with my Committee alto it is too bright, and the chamber may be a little small because even when the other notes are in tune, I think the low notes are wanting to playing a bit sharp. I prefer the sound of my Indiana because it is dark, lush, "sweeter" playing. How can I make my Committee play more like this? M.C. Gregory mouthpiece? I am open to all options new or vintage, but I'm basically looking for a darker, fatter tone for jazz, blues, and r&b type stuff. I like to use a 3 or 2.5 reed, so maybe something in a tip of around .75 - .85?
 

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I had a Gregory and it was good on the Martins. I use a Super Session on most of my Martins BUT my newer the Martin tends to work best with a Selmer S-80. The problem with the Gregory is the price!
A Meyer may be worth a try.
 

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This thread belongs in the MOUTHPIECE forum, which is where I have moved it. Please remember, no cross posting of topics (I had to delete a duplicate thread).

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What about a Morgan Jazz 6M? It's pretty similar to an old Meyer right?
 
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