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Re: Will a chip on the outside of the side rail prevent a mouthpiece from being usable?

Definitely has some wear and tear, but it could be a player. My main piece has a nice ding in the tip of it. My mouthpiece tech won't even fix it because it plays so we'll he said he's scared it'll mess it up.

The question of if it's worth driving should depend on how much he's asking for it and what year the piece is from etc.

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Re: Will a chip on the outside of the side rail prevent a mouthpiece from being usable?

Ya. It does look like it's been worked on, but it's hard to tell as I've seen Meyers wear in weird ways. Also some with less of a stamp etc.

Ultimately there is a good chance it would need a reface either way. Haha.

What's he asking. ??

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Re: Will a chip on the outside of the side rail prevent a mouthpiece from being usable?

Hmmm. Maybe a little high if it's a current production. $50 if you drive out and dig it.

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