This is my first post. 38 year old comebacker after 17 years off and I have a spit problem... I used to play a king student model in high school and a bach strad in college. I played mostly lead in college with a pretty solid high c to high f on a good day range. I wanna say I had a schilke 14 or 15A that i bought in college that gave me 3 notes with ease, that g-f high. big sound has always been easy for me, in fact I could make the bell over vibrate on my king model when I was a senior in HS(not that that's a particularly pleasing sound to make, obnoxious is a better word for it, but so be it, I can move air.) i eased my way back into playing this with a 1955 King cleveland superior, (the bach strad lamentably sold for $300 in 1990) It had a bach 10c mouthpiece which i hated cause i have a big mouth and big lips. I bought a bach 3c and have been playing now for a month... and my god do i put out spit into this king. and it doesn't clear out with the spit valve. in fact, by the time i hear the knocking of too much water, and i clear the spit valve, i think a lot of the water is already past the water valve cause occasionally it comes out of the bell! so my question is, is this a comebacker problem of loose embochure, a king cleveland superior model problem, a horn from 1955 problem, a used to play schilke 15 now playing bach 3c and still trying to get up high problem, some other problem, or am i the only person in the world who is having this problem. I hope not. any feedback is appreciated, thanx!