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Jet Tone Mouthpieces
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Review Date: 5/30/2006 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $45.00 | Rating: 10 

Pros: Extremely comfortable rims.
Cons: None

I've played professionally on a Bach 3C with a bored out throat for well over 15 years. Due to a change in performance needs I needed a more lead/screamer mouthpiece. I spent days looking over the mouthpiece specs at the Jet Tone website and ordered 18 different mouthpieces to try. I blindly tested all 18 and found that the mouthpiece I was looking for was not at all what I was expecting based on the specs. Although the specs for this specific mouthpiece were nowhere near the specs of my Bach (even taking into consideration that Bach printed specs are wrong) the contact feel on my embouchure was almost identical. I would encourage interested players to not just buy a mouthpiece (i.e. the MF mouthpiece for example) simply because someone's name is on it but rather, try as many mouthpieces as you can and find one that's right for you. I'm sure you will not be disapointed.
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Review Date: 2/28/2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 8 

Pros: Confort, High and sound
Cons: None

I played Bach, Rudy Muck & Hablowetz different sizes but already 12 jears I play the old type C1. I play extremely high (C4+) but also low is good but not below C1. Withing these limitations it's a very good mouthpiece
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Review Date: 7/20/2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $21.10 | Rating: 10 

Pros: Comfortable rim, easy on the chops, good highs and lows( for me any way)
Cons: This m`piece is not for everyone.

It was easy to acclomate to this m`piece after playing on a Schilke 14a4a which i used for lead Sop with the Velvet Knights. Now i make all my m`pieces with convex V cups with different cup depths.
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Review Date: 9/27/2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $80.00 | Rating: 10 

Pros: Nice range, nice zing to the upper register (if you can control it!)
Cons: none

I bought this mouthpiece thinking that I'd only use it for lead trumpet in jazz band, but I was wrong. I bought the Al Hirt edition, and I was able to control the "zing" in my tone for the more legit music. The one thing players might feel weird about is how wide the outer rim is.
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Review Date: 12/12/2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $45.00 | Rating: 10 

Pros: unique sound
Cons: the first 3 idiots who posted reviews

Let's get a few things straight here:
Disregard the first 3 reviews. They aren't overpriced. These mouthpieces aren't $90 either. Also, why do they refer you to Monette mouthpieces? Talk about overpriced! I'm not paying $250 for a mouthpiece when you can get copies of them for $90. Plus, the Monette MF model isn't the same as the Jet Tone. Completely different. And the guy spent 20 years playing one and he hates it? Hard to believe if you ask me. I guess they're egos are too high to realize they can't play every mouthpiece. They're not POS. Heck, Maynard played on it throughout the 70s on it. Just because Maynard could doesn't mean you can.
I personally have the MF, Studio 10s, Bill Chase, and T2B, and 7M models. All 5 work well for the type of sound you want. I still have friends from high school wanting to play my MF and BC mouthpieces. You have to try them. Excellent quality for the price.
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Review Date: 1/4/2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $35.00 | Rating: 8 

Pros: Comfortable rim; Bright tone;

I was playing a Bach 3c for the last two years, never played anything but Bach.
The JT's rim is wider which really adds to the comfort. I thought, according to Bach specs, that the inside diameter of the JT would be a bit tight; it feels larger. I am working the control, there is a tendency to want to jump higher on the harmonic...this is my lack of technique and having to control the high end is not a bad problem to have. Also, to my surprise the low-end, to F#, became much more easy to play as well as into the pedal tones.
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