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Released especially for today. I haven't tried it myself, but have heard that it has a woody tone, but when pushed, can really bark. I'd like to get one for my next Canada Day gig.
 

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Any idea how much? I'll try anything at this point...
 

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Any idea how much? I'll try anything at this point...there's gotta be a way to buy a sound....
 

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I'm holding out for the maple syrup line. I've been wanting to sweeten up my tone.
 

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I'm holding out for the maple syrup line. I've been wanting to sweeten up my tone.
No joke...I used to get Rascher Farms Maple Syrup. It was great!
 

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I've always thought wooden mouthpieces were forgotten after they invented eburnated rubber, and for good cause. BUT, just last week, I got wind of the Brancher Ebony baritone mouthpiece and really wanted to try it. Take a look at the Brancher site - the thing looks like it would be great judging by looks.
But you have to admit, the OP came up with a pretty good April Fool's gag! 'Woody tone', 'Really barks'. LOL
 

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But you have to admit, the OP came up with a pretty good April Fool's gag! 'Woody tone', 'Really barks'. LOL
Thanks saxman, but my own poor puns aside, the credit goes to Theo. I just happen to be on his mailing list.

Not sure how it'd compare to a Brancher--but it might just grow branches!
 
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