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I just acquired exactly this model, a S3. What mouthpiece museum are you referring to?I've got a "perfected model" that appears to predate the more common ones with the cool swirl design on the shank. I have to remember to dig it out and send a pic to the Mouthpiece Museum.
Seriously?! <gasp, sputter>I just acquired exactly this model, a S3. What mouthpiece museum are you referring to?
Yep older thread. I picked this one because several of the members are still active. Wasn’t going to make a new thread post for no reason.Remember the post is 15 years ago. I had a Broadus about 50 years ago and it was pretty decent.
Always looking for new information. Ya never know. Thank you, Yes, I had Theo Wanne bookmarked previously. Nothing on Steve Broadus.Seriously?! <gasp, sputter>
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