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 Re: Vintage, or Vintage Clone?
Author: L. Omar Henderson 
Date:   2005-12-29 18:38

Well, I will leave consistency for modern mouthpiece makers to argue. Even mass produced mouthpieces - second hand information - can be variable because during the cooling and curing steps there can be dimensional changes in a given mouthpiece even molded from the same rod master mold which can be different between mouthpieces in the same batch run. The obvious planning of the parameters of the table and rails may belay other changes in the baffle and chamber. All of this is black magic to me so I can only comment on the things that I can document, analyze, and measure myself.

The vintage "smell" is usually due to the sulphur catalysts used and can be temporarily removed by chemical treatments that I have developed if they exceed "vintage" and approach "obnoxious".
L. Omar Henderson

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L. Omar Henderson 2005-12-29 18:38 
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frank 2005-12-29 20:09 
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L. Omar Henderson 2005-12-29 22:55 
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L. Omar Henderson 2005-12-29 23:40 
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