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Alto sax, Tenor sax, Clarinet
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Thanks, I'll keep that in mind (though I'm looking for something that would play like the tonalin). I'm not ready to do anything with a soprano yet, but I'll let you know.
The color of the molding compound really shouldn't matter. However, the fact that the Brilhart sops came out much later does matter, since mouthpiece geometries and finishing processes may have changed. Also, a sop mouthpiece has significantly different geometries, i.e. tip openings, facings, chamber size etc. than its alto counterpart. So maybe Bruce's idea of starting with the Yamaha 4C is a good one. If it is not the mouthpiece for you, at least you didn't invest a lot of cash to find out.
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