Whats the best way to test a variety of mouthpieces. I know that just because a sax player wants to sound like Brecker or (insert favorite sax player here) doesn't mean a Guardala will work for him. Different strokes for different folks to achieve whatever sound they are looking for. Ebay is great for this but buying a million mouthpieces could get expensive. I play a cannonball with a level air. Overall, my tone has improved drastically with a lot of practice but some notes still seem a little "dead". Middle f, e, and d are the main culprits here, especially at high volume. Just wondering if their is a shortcut or if somebody new which direction I should go. Want to brighten my sound a little.