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 Unusual mouthpiece view.
Author: smokindok 
Date:   2024-02-25 20:06
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I needed an end plug for a piece of tubing with an inside diameter of about 22mm. Found this to be a good use for an old B&H mouthpiece, as the corked tenon fit perfectly. I sectioned it where the chamber ramps to the bore, revealing this seldom seen view of the cross section of a clarinet mouthpiece.

Never having thought much about what that cross section looked like, I found it interesting. Thought others might, too.


Post Edited (2024-02-25 20:07)

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