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 tenor sax/bass clarinet m'piece equivalents
Author: ignatz 
Date:   2018-02-03 13:52


I'm a tenor saxophonist playing mostly jazz on a mouthpiece with a large chamber and a tip opening of 0.110", equivalent to an Otto Link 8 or a Meyer 11. I've recently taken up bass clarinet but the mouthpiece that came with the instrument, a Yamaha 4C, feels pretty narrow. Can anyone suggests what might be a mouthpiece more equivalent to my tenor? Thanks!

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