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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000523.txt from 2000/07

From: "Alf Hörberg" <alf.horberg@-----.se>
Subj: SV: [kl] symmetric vs. asymmetric was: [kl] Reeds (Legere)
Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2000 16:47:41 -0400

Mark, I was at Jim's studio in 1992 and got an "M~" and an "S" model. Being
such a long time ago, I've forgotten what these models indicate. I also
wonder what the actual purpose is making them asymmetrical. I frequently get
the question and I can never give a good answer. They still play great and
I'm very happy about them. I was there together with Eric Hoeprich. Maybe he
remembers.

Alf Hörberg

----- Original Message -----
From: <charette@-----.org>
Subject: Re: [kl] symmetric vs. asymmetric was: [kl] Reeds (Legere)

> > It is my understanding that an asymmetric facing on a Pyne mouthpieces
is
> indicated by an asterisk (*) after the facing name
>
> I just asked Kyle Pyne (Jim's somewhere else right now). The asterisk
doesn't specify asymmetric. Almost all of Jim's mouthpieces are asymmetric -
the symmetric ones are normally made for a specific person.
>
> Mark C.
>
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