The mouthpiece is barely on the cork
Apart from the typo (Sanbornite is the correct term)...
The suffix -ite could indicate "similar material to" like Metallite or Hammerite, but also "adept", like Luddite or Polite (an adept to pole dancers). The suffix -itis indicates pathological affection.
One could be a Sanbornite, without suffering from Sanbornitis or using a mouthpiece made of 100% Sanbornite™.
Once I contracted Breckeritis and it actually helped a lot my practice routine, but affected my self esteem. That came together with a phase in which I assumed San Born was the protector of alto saxophone players, and will help them to sell records playing commercial music. I used a Bari metal, Jumbo Java, Guardala studio. Then I heard Mark Russo with Yellowjackets and went back to a Meyer.
Not really. He was quite clear that his heart belongs to the old Link. He sounded (of course) great on the Vandoren too.Oh…so: "this is the mouthpiece I play…this other one is the mouthpiece they pay me to say I play."
Not really. He was quite clear that his heart belongs to the old Link. He sounded (of course) great on the Vandoren too.
He is also endorsing their reeds.
I thought I could go for a Vandoren bari mouthpiece, I did not think I would change my reeds (I am thinking now).
Do you have a new bari piece, BTW?