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I've had a good experience with these mouthpieces on both alto and tenor.

Does anyone know the difference between the "Super Dex" and the "Super D". I don't see any info on the web on the 'Super D'.

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I've had a good experience with these mouthpieces on both alto and tenor.

Does anyone know the difference between the "Super Dex" and the "Super D". I don't see any info on the web on the 'Super D'.

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I think the original name was Super Dex but they changed it after a short time to Super D. I play a Super D Florida and it's fantastic.
 

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From what I have been told, the "super Dex" is an early model apparently with a bit less baffle than the current super-D

I've had a good experience with these mouthpieces on both alto and tenor.

Does anyone know the difference between the "Super Dex" and the "Super D". I don't see any info on the web on the 'Super D'.

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I think "Dex" was first models,thay even have serial numbers,next generation Super D NY gold plated and Florida rodium plated!!I happy with Florida Supe D!!!!
 
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