If Hohner president tenors were common I might try that (double tenon) but the tape takes seconds to install or remove and has been working well for 2 years now.SOTSDO said:For radically different mouthpiece sizes (a problem that I have never had), I would go the two necks solution. But, to each his own, as Doris Day used to sing with nauseating regularity...
I disagree, especially for several turns used to build up a tired cork.SOTSDO said:Since the purpose of "plumber's tape" (which is actually a very thin gauge ribbon of Teflon plastic) is to fit within the spaces in a standard threaded joint, it stands to reason that using it for a cork makeup device would both require a lot of it, and would involve movement of the successive layers against each other as much as it would allow the mouthpiece to do the same thing.
A better "emergency repair" item would be either vinyl tape or medical tape..
I find Duct tape awful stuff for tenons, and many other things. A very short-period, emergency band-aid at best.