Brighter but not too bright, and still fat. That elusive thing you’re looking for on tenor when you need to cut through more, but without becoming shrill. Refaced to a 7 (.097 or so) tip by Brian Powell, this is a very good tenor piece. It is one of the rare brass Dukoff pieces that has a large round chamber and a bit of sizzle to the baffle. Nothing like a Super Power Chamber, not like a Miami. It’s more like a Dukoff Hollywood or Stubby. The Stubby is my favorite all-around tenor mouthpiece, and this is like a stubby but slightly brighter. Great for maintaining a full, fat tone, and good intonation on a vintage tenor, while projecting also. Get this piece! You won’t regret it.