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Selmer soloist D mouthpiece

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Haven't played sax in 19 years (since graduating college). I have a 1954 Buescher Aristocrat which is in pretty shabby shape. I also played with a Selmer Soloist D mouthpiece. I never really cared how good a horn I had; I just knew that I always had a better tone than the player next to me for some reason. Now, my 11 yr. old son has started to play and I am interested in quality al the sudden. Can anyone tell me how good a mouthpiece I have? Also, what is the difference between the F, C and D models of the Soloist? Thanks!!!
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bruce bailey said:
Only a guess from watching ebay. If it is a long shank, I would say $200 and if it is a Short Shank, maybe $500-700 if it is really nice.
So much?!? I can't belive it... in my opinion it is reasonable and cheaper to buy a mpc with a closed tip and send it to a refacer. I have a few for alto and tenor in original conditions, somebody want to buy them for 500-700$? :D
Consider also that Selmer sells long shank Soloist Style-like and Super Session mpcs for alto and tenor. You can buy it new! I know it is not the same but it is also not so different ;)

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