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I just wanted to say that, although the ligature is expensive, it is 100% worth the money. My sound was completely transformed for the better and the resonator plates provide amazing tonal versatility. I use it on my Cannonball Big Bell Stone Series tenor (B-ICE) and Ottolink Hard Rubber Tone Edge 7*. It is an incredible combination and I would change a thing. EVERYBODY should give the Theo Wanne Enlightened Ligature a try. The experience has been enlightening.
 

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On the other hand- I ditched the built in lig on my metal Ambika and, after a brief flirtation with a Rovner (still don't like 'em), use a Link lig with the bottom portion smoothed out so it fits on the Ambika. Works fine for me...
 

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Hmmmmmm!

How can Enlightenment be measured.

If someone combined a Enlightened ligature with a LeFreQue (more emotion) then they would have more enlightened emotion, whatever that is.
 

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.....it's straight forward...light....well designed ,and sounds GREAT!!!!
 
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