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And others claim their thumb cushion does it, or their ligature doohickey.Anyhow, I wonder if Cannonball will sue. They do have that patent for putting rocks at "nodes" (something similar to that; really!) to impact an instrument's sound. Looks like The Freak is claiming to do the same thing. Without rocks, of course.
I know! A WF contest to come up with the best sounding snake-oil pitch! That'd be awesome. I'm 100% serious on that, too.And others claim their thumb cushion does it, or their ligature doohickey.
Sometimes I wish I had a patent on snake oil and all potential derivates, in whatever state of aggregation.
In the meantime I'm contemplating some kind of external fixation for my clarinet; I'm sure it transmits the vibrations even better, with the additional benefit of being quite the eyecatcher.