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 Re: Do the new Silversteins slip?
Author: cigleris 
Date:   2022-11-27 00:21

Disclaimer I am a Silverstein artist.

I own three Gen 5 Hexa ligatures, Rose Gold, Titanium and a special edition all black. The new rocking bridge is a game changer over the original ‘A’ frame. In my usage I haven’t found any slippage provided you’ve securely tightened the ligature (without over tightening). One option if one is concerned about the ligature slipping and that I’ve found works well and has the added benefit of not scratching the back of the mouthpiece is to put a thin patch where the feet will be. This helps to further keep the ligature in situ.

Peter Cigleris

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