YES! ItÂ´s HERE, friends! The New Sofus Asymmetric Mouthpiece! Unfortunately, there is at this moment only one copy of this NEW asymmetric mp, but here is the way to make you own: 1) You get a friend (OK, I never said this would be easy) who has a lathe (alright, alright, just donÂ´t say anything) with a chuck off center (yes, the DO exist, if only by accident). 2) You mail this friend, saying that you think it would be nice to come to his workshop for a chat, and that youÂ´ll bring some danish (wienerbrot?). And, by the way, would it be OK for you to borrow his lathe now that youÂ´re there anyway? 3) Once your mouthpiece is mounted in your Morsecone and your Morsecone is monted in the chuck, make a chuckcheck to see that the deviation from center is what you want it to be. If not open chuch and put a sheet of paper between the chuck and the Morsecone. 4) Widen your rim by cutting some of the metal off. There will be a lot of metall cut off on one side, and you stop when metall begins to come of everywhere. 5) Polish to prevent bleedin lips when playing. 6) Talk to friend, drink coffee, eat danish, go home. You now have a New Sofus Asymmetric Mouthpiece. The theory behind why this mp is so good is this: The lower lip is fatter than the upper lip, and may therefore need some extra space. When playing with a 50/50 setup related to the rim, the setup will actally be more like 40/60 related to the bore, where the lower lip now has a more deep cup in front of it than the upper lip does (if the cut part of the rim is pointed upwards). OK, so youÂ´re home and youÂ´ve got your New SAM!!! Fetch your regular mp for comparison, put your New SAM in your trumpet and start PLAYING. PLAYING LIKE NEVER BEFORE!!!! The new mp works simply perfectly, you havenÂ´t even warmed up and still, you can both play higher with more ease as well as lower; your pedal tones are more powerfull than ever, and so are the rest of the notes! Now, just for comparison, youÂ´ll be interrested in trying how your old mp sounds. Since this is the last time youÂ´re gonna use it, this will be your saying fairwell to it . . . OK, so far so good, but . . . This is the point where you no longer do what I did. 1) DonÂ´t discover that youÂ´ve been playing your old mp all the time, and that the mp youÂ´ve kept in your pocket until now is your New SAM. 2) DonÂ´t discover that your New SAM is a lousy piece of metall, no matter what way you turn it. I did all of this today, and I need SYMPATHY . . .