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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000966.txt from 1999/04

From: Wesley Hawks <whhawks@-----.org>
Subj: Re: [kl] Bay mouthpeices
Date: Thu, 22 Apr 1999 02:42:41 -0400

I play a bay clarinet mouthpiece. However, it is a copy of an old Portnoy (which is
so, so much better than the current models. I never cared for the mouthpieces he
came up with. On bass clarinet, his mouthpiece is pretty good. What I really like
from Charles bay is his ligatures for both clarinet and bass clarinet. On bass
clarinet you will improve your tone more by getting his ligature than his
mouthpiece.

Wesley Hawks

Mark Weinstein wrote:

> My teacher says that Bay's Bass Clarinet mouthpieces are excellent. I
> believe she also indicated that they were a little pricey. Oh, well can you
> think of anything that isn't ... (OK, so lets start a LIST on that) <grin>
>
> Subject: [kl] Bay mouthpeices
>
> > Hi I was wondering if anyone out there have had experiences with
> >Charles Bay mouthpeices, the ones that look sort of like Vandoren
> >two-toned moutpeices, what they thought of it, and the sound quality of
> >it. I just got the Mo--o one, so if that sheds anymore light....
>
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