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 Do the new Silversteins slip?
Author: Claricrooner 
Date:   2022-11-26 19:34

Wondering if anyone has any experience using the Silverstein Gen 5 ligatures, and can shed some light on whether the newly designed bridge stops the ligature from slipping when changing clarinets?

Here’s what Silverstein say on their website:

“NEW! Patented Rocking Bridge
Gen. 5 Silverstein ligatures are distinguished by a completely redesigned bridge. The rocking action of the bridge automatically achieves an optimal alignment with your mouthpiece. And, the elongated feet provide secure grip to prevent slipping, even when quickly changing mouthpieces. The direct contact of the bridge feet on the mouthpiece acts as resonance plates, which further integrates your setup for maximum and efficient sound production.”

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