1. Hemi-Powered Drone

    Hemi-Powered Drone Dragonblade629

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    I've never seen those used with a tenor before, only on a guy marching with a bari, though that definitely looks comfortable.

    My embouchure started to get tight after a month I think, the muscles in my mouth wren't very strong, plus I couldn't remember to roll my lower lip over my teeth. I recently had to adjust as over the summer I had gotten an Otto Link Super Tone New York, which is a slim tenor mouthpiece.

    EDIT- Didn't notice the post above my last one.
     
  2. ralphy1976

    ralphy1976 1 less ERGNESS

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    i find the "proper" embouchure to be quite uncomfortable, but i guess i'll have to force my body to accept it.

    Since i am alone this week-end i shall practise as much as i can!!!
     
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    so..1 hour of practise later, and :

    1 - blowing is tiring
    2 - my sax drips a lot cause i heat up to much!!
    3 - i can not hit G alone but i can in a roll of notes
    4 - i can do C B A G F E D C and not back up as i am running out of air!!!

    and it is fucking great as an instrument...well if you like your blowing hard of course!!!!
     

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