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 Bay and Legere?
Author: Niclas.e.gustafsson 
Date:   2017-10-18 12:17

Been having a most confusing experience. Been playing Grabner LB bass clarinet mpc for a few years.
Just got a hold of a Bay m-mo+ i think its called (doesnt have it here right now). First. Anyone know anything about those?

Then its modified by Jonas Näslund in sweden. Anyone know anything about his work on mouthpieces?

And second. When i play it i feel like its to easy to blow. No resistance at all.
And i hear artefacts in the sound. Hissing and stuff. I feel choked. But here’s the deal. When i record myself the Grabner have more air and less tone and the Bay sounds very close to my ideal bass sound.

Need another pair of ears for sure. But im the only reed player at my work and the rest of the winds think both sounds fine.

Any thoughts from the bee hive?


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