you didn’t say what brand of reed is causing the problem…..different brands have different profiles……try a brand with a thicker tip (for a givensaxgourmet
What do you mean by "not too clear"? If you mean that the tone is a bit like a guitar fuzz-tone, this is, IMO, the reed being over-driven. On a 'scope, we'dmoeaaron
No? On Tuesday, June 30, 2015 2:51 PM, "rogcros@... [MouthpieceWork]" wrote: Hi Guys!. I am wondering , is there arogcros
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