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I'm going to be selling two tenor mouthpieces:
Dukoff Hollywood and a Otto Link ResoChamber

Which do you think is preferred? Have them refaced and cleaned up prior to sale, or leave that to the buyer and subtract off approx $75 from the
price of one in great condition.
 

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If someone is interested but wants a different tip opening, you've just tossed away the cost of the reface. Sell them "as-is".
 

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"Vintage untouched" and ok vs refaced and great.
Leave it up to the buyer I suppose.
I have mouthpieces that prior to refacing were not very good and now are as good as I could hope. But I suppose everyone has preferences on what they'd like done.
Thanks.
 

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I would prefer it if a mpc was just cleaned up and perfected by a pro.. it is differnent to changing the tip..
I guess that if it is just cleaned up this means it is as it should be when it came out of the factory..
I would pay more for a mpc cleaned up by one of the main names in refacing.
 
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