Becuase, I love music, and why just be dedicated to one from of music, when there is just so much out there to learn? I am more of a jazz musician than a classical artist, but when it comes out to playing baritone, Classical is a little bit more appreciated than jazz, Unless I could play chord progessions well on it. I would kill to do that on Bari, if I could do it as well as Gary Smullyan. I can do it all right on tenor. There is just something about baritone that makes it harder, although I can play "Improviation et Caprice " on it, I can only play swing on Bari, (at the moment). I played a Brillhart LevelAire without the tooth plate, and Iloved it, but I needed a little more space, and then I found this mouthpiece. You can manipulate chrome mouthpieces to do a lot. I also love Duck Bill Tips, they help a lot with my Embouchure. Thankyou for the post.MojoBari said:Being a Caravan Player, why are you interested?
The frustration experienced by players with fitting a metal Quantum tenor mouthpieces with a ligature is well documented on this site. I tried at least five different options when I had mine; none of which didn't eventually slip. You'll have to either scratch up the piece and/or ligature or use tape for a better grip; if you want to keep it.ChuBerry47 said:Any opinions on it? Does anybody know if it has a ligature?