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Thanks to anyone who can clarify the letters G50 on my No USA "Super" Tonemaster tenor mouthpiece.

I got this mouthpiece with a horn. It is in very nice original condition with a long bite plate. It's a 4* which actually works well for me. I like an 85 tip. The sound is warm, right down the middle with a little bite if you push it. Great for quiet gigs. Classic metal Link.

I've had several old STM Links with various letters on the side like this but never one with a G 50. I would imagine this is Florida era although I don't know for sure. All the Links made in NY were marked as such as far as I know. Anyway, my guess is it is early Florida era.

Any information is appreciated.

With thanks.
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