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I don't know that there is a HR mouthpiece that is similar to the Fmaj7.

Have you seen a Fmaj7? The interior is unique in my experience.
 

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Lamberson made a wide variety of mouthpieces marked as F^7. I've seen large chambers, squeeze throat, bullet chambers, etc. Earlier on, he did a lot of custom work for his customers.
If you can find a Barone Hollywood for soprano, they are great metal players.
 

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Thanks, Nora. I've only had three (two HR, one acetal) - all were basically of similar design with a narrow chamber that ran off-angle from throat to tip.

I had a silver Hollywood sop that was mighty fine too but I preferred Phil's HR Vintage - now that's what I consider a great value in sop mouthpieces.
 
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