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 Re: tenor sax/bass clarinet m'piece equivalents
Author: shmuelyosef 
Date:   2018-09-15 06:37

Just as a single reference point, on tenor sax, I play older Link pieces around a 7* (0.105" tip opening). I use #3 Vandoren JaZZ
On bass clarinet, I play a Fobes RR which has 0.072" tip opening with a #2.75 Legere Signature or a 2.5 Vandoren V-12.

I find these two setups have similar resistance and responsiveness.

Also, given that I mostly play Bass CL when playing in the baritone sax seat in big bands, this gives me similar resistance to my bari setup which is an old bronze bullet chamber #2 with a 0.110" opening and a Legere 3.25 Signature

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