Designed for the orchestral player, this piece is very resonant with a large but well focused sound and rich in overtones. Projects easily to the ba...Click To Read More About This Product
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Designed for the orchestral player.
Designed for the orchestral player, this piece is very resonant with a large but well focused sound and rich in overtones. Projects easily to the back of a large concert hall.
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Auditioned this mouthpiece (E2) along with a Hite J, Vandoren B45, M13, Lomax Symphony Med Med, Bay artist, H2, Dan Johnston J, and Borbeck #14. Played all these mouthpieces through a R-13 vintage and a Selmer Signature. This Lomax is really good! Good for a variety of styles from classical to jazz. I slapped a pretty stiff reeds 4 and 4.5s on this bad boy, and the Lomax Symphony took it like it was nothing without sounding overly stuffy. Tone can get a little bright as is typical with a free blowing mouthpiece like this, but is much warmer in the midrange than any of the above mouthpieces, except the Johnston. Bottom end was robust and triumphant. What a great all around mouthpiece. Beats the heck out of the Lomax E2..
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