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As a Steve Broadus mouthpiece fan I am curious to know when he made his mouthpieces and from where? I have a tenor 4* NY perfected model. Curious to kinow about how old it is, Thanks Bruce B.
 

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Olhonker - sounds like you found your mpc. That's great. I finally got mine opened and it's a killer player. I really think these are some excellent mouthpieces. One of these days they'll probably come into vogue and end up getting stupidly expensive.
 

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Thanks for note, I'm crazy about it, Thanks Jon. Bruce
 

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I'd like to know more about these, too. They really are nice players.
 

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A friend of mine was kind enough to give me a Broadus S3 alti rubber mouthpiece in original condition. I dunno what S3 stands for. Anyway, it is a nice looking + playing mouthpiece. I know the hard rubber is of high quality. Although the tip opening is about 0.06", I can get all the low, and high notes without much hassles. The tone is sweet and melodic, and not particulary dark. Given enough air pressure, it can be quite powerful. A nice vintage piece that is undervalued - I believe.

BTW, I intend to open up the tip a bit :)
 
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