Which Marcinkiewicz is comparable to a Bach 1D?

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  1. btomcik

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    Anyone know?
     
  2. Sturmbill

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  3. btomcik

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    What's with the latin quote? Is that from a movie?
     
  4. Sturmbill

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    Well, it is actually a 1st Century A.D. hold up phrase. Roughly translated it means "I have a catapult. Unless you give me all the money I will throw an enormus rock at your head!"

    I guess I have a strange sense of humor.....

    Bill
     
  5. btomcik

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    I was able to translate it (4 years of Latin in high school), but I didn't know if that was from a Roman author or a movie.


    Carthago delenda est.
     
  6. rjzeller

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    er...back to the original question: I don't think Marcinkiewicz has a direct comparison to a Bach 1D. The closest would probably be either the standard model 0, or the pro-line model B5 or A5, but for that kind of $$$ you might as well get a Monette. (that last is purely an editorial conclusion on my behalf).

    I would say give them a call at the factory. If you're lucky, Buzz will answer and he's usually quite helpfull in that department (and isn't Buzz just the coolest name for a guy who makes mouthpieces?).

    (503) 263 - 2456

    Good luck.
     

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