The Dukoff ‘Stubby’ (short shank) vintage 1940’s tenor mouthpieces are my favorite mouthpieces for tenor overall, out of everything that has been made so far. It’s like a Dukoff Hollywood, but with more oomph, but still beautifully rich and balanced. It’s like a Florida Otto Link but with some extra magic and sizzle mixed in. It has very scooped side walls, a nice roll over baffle, and a large round chamber. My personal Stubby was opened to a 7 by Freddie Gregory, and it is hard to beat. If you want my favorite 7 or 7* facing put on this Stubby, then I can make that happen for you. You’ll end up with a real treasure.