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Ive got one for each of my horns, its a great all around piece, and I can use it for anything. I use them on Martin tenor and bari, and a King alto
 

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Yani S901 soprano, Mark VI alto, Couf Superba I tenor, Yani BW01 baritone. Drake and Morgan mps.
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coolsax2k7 said:
I am really interested in these mouthpieces, they appear to be made of plastic. They look cool and aren't that expensive from www.saxplus.com

Anybody like these?
Judging by the fact that there is a subforum in the "Mouthpieces" Forum called "Runyon ONLY," I'd say yes. They are quite popular.
 

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Runyon Custom versus Morgan 7M

First, I agree with the others. The Custom is a great mpc. I use one for soprano, depending on the acoustics of the room (more "Kapow" than my Morgan 6J, but not as sweet), I used one for tenor for almost a year until I received my Morgan Excalibur, and I have one for alto coming to me next week to try out for my Vito alto.
Second, I see that your present set up is a Morgan 7 M, the same as I use.
I don't think you will find the Custom superior to the Morgan, but a little different.
On tenor, I found the tone of the Custom a little more "dull" than the Morgan Excalibur, but just as easy blowing. Remember, if you order one, that to get the same tip opening as the Morgan 7 (.080) you must order a Runyon 8 (.083). Also be aware that they come with a cheapo ligature. You'll probably need a Rovner as well.
 
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