So... a sort of EB Link soprano chamber? Links soprano chambersLarger than usual soprano, but not as large as NYS (slant like) or NYH (huge).
I also have a NYH to try: it requires some serious practice to be played in tune, but such a lovely sound.
I will try to experiment with mr Sequoia possible modified necks.
I always prefer large chamber design... for the intonation.
I played soprano rarely and I noticed it was easy to switch from tenor to soprano and find out a correct tuning tendency with large chamber mouthpieces.
For me, it wasn't the chamber itself... but the entire desing (beak, baffle, floor slope, facing profle...) to make the intonation easy or not... it's very subjective.
Do you mean in a soprano, alto or tenor?What's up with the rods for the low right hand pinky keys?
Does creating that amount of torque in the position of the rod really matter?
I can't zoom any further in that site with pic. But I'd like to take a look at that lower stake in detail. It doesn't seem to look like anything I've seen recently.
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