We have both the regular shank and the XL shank in stock. If you are on a modern bari or a Selmer Paris, we recommend the regular shank. If you are on a vintage American bari, then we typically recommend the XL.
Thanks. I assume this issue wouldn't be unique to Morgan mouthpieces, so for a bari that apparently doesn't have this problem, one would get the regular. I'm sure it isn't a myth, but for the present purposes mine don't seem so "vintage", though they're about as old as I am, and I'm "vintage."
Thank you, a casual search fails me on Committee III but as Martin saxes ended in 71, I guess this may be before 1970? My impression from my own baris is that my '50s King may not be all that vintage, in this particular matter.
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