The 6M was designed for big band and jazz play. It's great! But how does yours sound for concert/symphonic band or occasional classical-like solos? I've tried multiple mpc, reed and lig. setup combinations, even a "double embouchure", and don't get close enough to my perceived "liquid gold" tone. Maybe it's mostly me? What's been your success producing a "respectable classical tone" on a 6M - clear, round and resonant? If reasonably good, what's your setup (names, please), esp. mpc chamber shape and size, narrow, medium or wide tip opening, length of lay, baffle or none, single or double cut reed and strength? Is yours a dark (Rauscher), American or bright (French) sound? What embouchure and tongue position do you use? More than one setup for different styles? Any tips? Yes, I know - check for leaks, adjustment, more long tones, more air support from diaphragm, open throat more, don't pinch the reed, shoulders back, back straight, chin up, etc.! What else ... please?! Or, maybe a "respectable classical tone" on a 6M exceeds its design capabilities, as it was not also intended for classical concert or orchestral performance, a la top Selmer, Buffet, Yamaha, etc. Thanks for sharing your experience, insights and observations!