Hello All: This is my first post. I am in need of advice. Here is my story: I played from age 8 to age 22. In my high school years I played 4 to 6 hours a day as first chair in several bands. I had a great tone and (as I am learning now) lousy instructors. I am now 50 years old and wish to begin playing again. I still have a great tone but I am not very articulate. I really never was very articulate. I could use some advice on a good book to help me develop these skills. Here is a little more info that you might find interesting and I am finding very frustrating. 1. I played for 14 years and never heard the term embouchure. 2. My instructors pressured me severely to increase my range mostly by pressing against my lips so hard that they still get deformed after only 10 minutes or so of playing. I actually use a V cup mp at times to avoid this. Now I am learning proper emboucher but it is a little bit of a strugle with the damage done in my early years. I play a custom Strad that I got at age 16 (1976). I still love my Jet Tone Studio C which by the way does not show up in the Jet Tone reference list. I also use a Jet Tone MF 3 V cup for jazz. Any suggestion of a good book to help me develop the fundamentals that I failed to work on in my early years would be greatly appreciated. I also expect some barbs from my mp selections but I really do like them. I have a Bach 7C, Bach 3C and a Schilke 10 1/2C but I don't do well at all with any of them.