I bought this mouthpiece on spec as ive been using Vandoren A35 for many years and wanted to try something different. Im very impressed with it, louder and richer sound. It is not quite as wide an opening as i had expected from the reviews and descripton and i might even go for the A7 next. In fact i would say if you have been playing for some time you will easily handle this piece. I even had to put in a stronger reed than i usually use. But oh what lovely tone and control it gives and extra volume with ease. I am using a Rico Plasticover 2 and it is a great combination. Altogether very happy with this and feel that i have moved up a step in my playing.
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Horst D., 21.06.2010
After playing some time with the Yamaha 4c, I wanted more freedom. The 6c requires more air to play and is slightly louder. Due to the larger opening, I have more freedom to bend the sounds. It is not as aggressive as so-called jazz mouthpieces and you can play with it all. Yamaha-Typical also the reliability and processing of the MS.
For a reasonable price, I can accustom myself to a larger mouth opening and then decide whether I prefer a more aggressive or soft sounding mouthpiece. Meanwhile, I play the Yamaha 6c (next to my Jazzmund piece) with more moderate note material and always have it in my instrument case with it.
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