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Mine was also a few Runyon mouthpieces- a Smoothbore alto and a custom alto. This all took place when Runyon mouthpieces were the rage on SOTW.
 

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King Cleveland tenor sax--C-45,XXX.
 

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'Bout a year ago Christmas...Antigua 4290 red sop.
Also...Rico Metalites for tenor and sop, Rousseau JDX alto, and just recv'd four OL Vintage Series HR pieces on trial.
And...a bunch of ligs from FLs to Rico Hs to Rovners.
 

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Pretty sure mine was a Zagar Cool School mouthpiece. Didn't work out so well, I promptly resold that puppy.
 

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I think it was my SX-90 alto I purchased in the summer of '07.
 

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Every horn I own (as well as some of the mouthpieces) has been SOTW-inspired to some degree, but since my wife bought my tenor for me, I think that means the answer is my Yanagisawa A991 (which I bought about a fortnight later).
 

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I think mine was a RPC mouthpiece. It didn't work for me so I sold it. I haven't seen it on the marketplace here since so hopefully whoever bought it still likes it.
 

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YBS-62, and an RPC mouthpiece to go with it.
 

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The first thing I bought inspired by SOTW is my Sakshama Custom Z Tenor Mouthpiece. I probably would have never heard of Sakshama if not for SOTW.
 
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