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vintage meyer is a very interesting alternative. You can get a very fast response and alot of tight control from them. so if you are the kind of player who wants alot of clarity for some fast hard pop or something. I think they made them in a 9 but even that is going to fall short of your 8*.

I find the design to be so different from dukoffs or links that it really takes some getting used to in terms of intonation and how to play it generally.
the sidewalls are not wide so the sound doesn't spread out like other tenor mouthpieces and then the chamber narrows really sharply into the bore.
it feels really weird but like i said you can play fast and clear on it like no others so it might be worth the extra practice if you like the sound..
 
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