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Did a bit of research and I think the alto is a King. Still not sure what the tenor is.
 

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I have Guardala photos on my web site to help with identification. The handmade DGs vary a bit in design. Either from evolution or customization by DG to make a sale. The arched baffle design of the tenor has been called a Traditional, Crescent, or Custom. But there are other tenor DG mouthpieces with these names that do not have arched baffles.
 

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I have Guardala photos on my web site to help with identification. The handmade DGs vary a bit in design. Either from evolution or customization by DG to make a sale. The arched baffle design of the tenor has been called a Traditional, Crescent, or Custom. But there are other tenor DG mouthpieces with these names that do not have arched baffles.
Thanks! So it's definitely not a MB I, right? I'll check out your website as well.
 

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Jen at Vigilante Mouthpieces could probably answer the question. Email her. Her contact info is on her website. She finished a lot of the handmade Guardalas. She very sweet and helpful.
 
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