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Listen to anyone from the 1950's who is not an RnB player.

However, they made the sound; the mouthpiece was only part if it.
 

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Otto Link NY (new model) is what I am familiar with. It can be a very versatile mouthpiece in the right hands (or should I say mouth). Even R&B players like Greg Piccolo and Jimmy Forrest use/used a Link and get a very rich R&B tone. I use one on my Blues/Rock gigs and sound anyway I want, from Traditional jazz to Jr. Walker.
 

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ChuBerry47 said:
I need an idea of players that sound close to the otto link new york tenor mouthpiece. would anyone be able to give me an idea of what it sounds like? Thank you!
The mouthpiece alone won't get you there but if you're talking about a Tonemaster see my NY model on my website. The Tonemasters were sucky though.

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FWIW I have a refaced Tonemaster that is the bee's knees. Although it looks like the baffle was brought up a tiny bit in the process of opening it up to a 7, so I can't speak for the originals. This piece is sooo flexible, I can go from Prez to piercing and anywhere in between in under a second flat!
 
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