This is a cool Babbitt Elkhart mouthpiece. Babbit mouthpieces are not very well documented on the internet, so I’m rounding up several to see how they play. In general, I have been very pleased. (Old Geo M Bundy pieces also seem to be pretty consistent winners.) This piece is solid for all-around ensemble tenor work. It blends well but also has a pleasant voice of its own that is not stuffy like the ubiquitous Selmer C* is on tenor (blech).