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About two weeks ago, I got a Springer Rollover mpc to play with my CJS tenor and it is a wonderful match.
I have been commented on the improved sound several times now. The Springer makes the lower register really resonantly fuzzy and the upper register is full with good intonation. Compared to the Morgans it has less bite or bark, but it is exactly this sweet resonance that I appreciate so much.
It is amazing that a hunred bucks can buy you a handmade mouthpiece of great quality.
 

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I have a Springer 105R and always considered it a decent piece but not terribly impressive. But this weekend one of the best sax players in Portland told me he plays Springers on both tenor and soprano. I was surprised that he was playing on such inexpensive pieces but he sounds great with them. He said all he knew was that he wanted pieces with a big bore. Springer let him try out a whole bunch of mpcs until he found the ones he liked.
 

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I think it makes it even sweeter that it was made by a fellow Oregonian.
(No, it is not pronounced ORYGUN)
 
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