Well, not really a C-Sop mouthpiece, but a normal Bb-Sop mouthpiece that has excellent intonation on my Conn C-Sop !
But it has a baffle arrangement that is quite distinct, so I’m hoping that it will help me trace which manufacturer it has been ‘borrowed’ from…. There is a substantial ‘flat’ at the top, then the baffle slopes away, to end in quite a drastic ‘drop’ into the chamber, as the polished baffle ends in ‘mid air’. Plays like a good-un’ ! Really, equally as interesting as the Aquilasax alto mouthpiece, but different !
Clear crisp sound – Steve sent me a #7 to evaluate, to confirm the excellent intonation he got on his Buescher with a #5. At the moment I’m a bit hindered by a bug that little Jo breathed on me (before she jetted off to sunny Spain…), it’s having a fight with the asthma, so as soon as I can breathe sensibly I’ll put up some sound samples.
Apart from the top flat being curved, looks quite like the baffle on those Metallites, Lewis ! In fact, have a look at the ‘step baffle’ on this page. http://www.theowanne.com/mouthpieces101/baffle.php