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 Silverstein Ligature Size Selection
Author: hunterirwin 
Date:   2017-12-11 03:32

I am thinking about purchasing a used Silverstein Ligature on eBay, but wanted to know if it would fit my mouthpiece. I play on a Grabner K13 Zinner. I checked the official Silverstein website, but didn’t find it to be much help.

Thank you in advance!

Thanks,

Hunter Irwin
hunter.irwin@outlook.com

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 Re: Silverstein Ligature Size Selection
Author: Grabnerwg 
Date:   2017-12-11 17:39

The Silverstein Ligature will fit on any of my Bb soprano mouthpieces just fine.

Walter Grabner
www.clarinetxpress.com

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 Re: Silverstein Ligature Size Selection
Author: dorjepismo 2017
Date:   2017-12-11 18:29

For Bb, they come in medium and small. The medium would be too big for the Pillinger I play, but don't know about the Grabners.

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 Re: Silverstein Ligature Size Selection
Author: jonathan.wallaceadams 
Date:   2017-12-11 18:43

This is a feature on the Silverstein website.

Just an aspiring student.
Buffet Tradition
Mpc.: Hawkins "G", Barrel: Moba, Reeds: Reserve 3.5+

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 Re: Silverstein Ligature Size Selection
Author: jonathan.wallaceadams 
Date:   2017-12-11 18:47

This is a feature on the Silverstein website.https://www.silversteinworks.com/ligature-size-selection/

Choose "Zinner Blank" for the brand

Just an aspiring student.
Buffet Tradition
Mpc.: Hawkins "G", Barrel: Moba, Reeds: Reserve 3.5+

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 Re: Silverstein Ligature Size Selection
Author: DavidBlumberg 
Date:   2017-12-11 19:14

The fit DOES matter - there are small, and medium ligature sizes and if the Mouthpiece is small, a medium will be too large and slip.

Or it won't be big enough to really go down where it should be.


Verify the size with Silverstein - there are markings under the metal part where the screw goes that tell size.



I'm an Artist with them and have helped in R&D

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http://www.ClarinetLessonOnline.com


Post Edited (2017-12-11 19:14)

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