"My theory is that you've somehow managed to allow the player to manipulate the tone color to a greater degree by the shape of the air column. I feel like I could go bright or dark in any register very easily as long as I make the right shape inside – this ease of variation is not inherent in most mouthpieces I've played.
It's almost like I'm playing a piece w/ a higher baffle & yet I'm not locked into the tonal approach that such mouthpieces generally imply. I love that an open chamber mouthpiece is so responsive! I asked for a balance of darkness & projection, & I truly believe that this mission was accomplished with flying colors. Bravo!"