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What is the best looking mouthpiece ever made? My guess is a F. Lebayle Metal mouthpiece with the Lebayle fusion ligature
 

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Freddie Gregory with blue flutes. Musical jewelry!
 

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The metal (silver plated) Selmer scroll shanks are the classiest looking. Never cared for the way they play though.
 

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The metal (silver plated) Selmer scroll shanks are the classiest looking. Never cared for the way they play though.
Art deco style Selmer metal. Gorgeous mouthpiece, and plays fantastic for me. It's different from the Selmer Metal Classics.
 

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I am partial to the fluted meyers. But there is something sleek and, dare I say, sexy about a Brilhart Personaline.
 

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I forgot about custom pieces. Put me down for a shiny Gerber!
 

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- not a rovner ligature!

whatever mouthpiece You got: The rovners make it look doll.


Norwegian girls love my silver plated Guardala MBII with the selmer 402 ligature :D :D :D
 

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There's just something about a nice STM for me. Most of the metals are just copies anyway. The Lebayle LR with the ring lig looks nice too.
 

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What's the best sounding painting? :D
 
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