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I recently started playing on a Hard Rubber Gaia #8 on my Antigua and it has changed my sound so much I am foregoing the purchase of a Yani 901.

The Antigua has already served me extremely well over the past 5 years but the huge chamber brings out the warm tone and fixed the pinched tone issues Eb3-F#3 that I have struggled with since buying the horn.

So very happy.
 

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Its a well designed and extremely well made piece.
I dont know what you played before but too many guys playing sop suffer through problems that are mouthpiece related...and soprano is hard enough already.

The smaller the piece, the less tolerance for error in both chamber design and facing. Making a good soprano piece is a challenging undertaking.
 
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