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Thread: 5 Mouthpiece Comparisons - Video

  1. #11
    I'm glad this has been useful. This first round was mp's I considered to be common. For fun, I may do comparisons with my Wick Heritage. Even the 4AL versions of standard/Heritage are a bit different, and the 4ABL adds a new twist.
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  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn View Post
    Useful set of comparisons, and well chosen passages of just the right length (so I remember Option 1 while hearing Option 2).
    Thanks very much.
    I especially appreciate this comment, because that was my very thought as I made these (and it's a heck of a lot more work to split/pair them like this!). I know my own audio memory is not very long.
    Dave Werden (ASCAP)
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  3. #13
    This is quite useful. Thanks for doing this Dave. I have the 4AL along with the K&G 3.5 and the Demondrae Warburton that I may do the same thing on. The 3AL I believe is the biggest you compared. 2 of the 3 I have are bigger than the 4AL so that might be useful. Your recording technique, editing and results are admittedly way better than mine. I still haven't quite found the right mixture to record myself well, but I'm working on it. If I can get it respectable, I will post.
    John Morgan
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    I found David's 5 comparisons quite enlightening, and the use of 4AL as the baseline is particularly welcome. I hope that you John will be soon posting your own comparos using the same 4AL baseline... I am particularly interested in a contrast between 4AL and the Warburton Demondrae.

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