Tenor: Third brightest of the tenor models. It has tremendous volume with unexcelled resonance and a full and balanced frequency response. The Studio incorporates a high baffle with a medium bore. The sound is clearly demonstrated by Michael Brecker in the period 1979- 1982 (Brecker Brother ́s Band). The Studio can be used for all types of music a Studio- Man would encounter, from Fusion to Swing, hence its name. This is our middle of the road mouthpiece. Tip 8* (116).Alto: This model features a high baffle and medium bore. It is suitable for a wide range of playing situations ranging from David Sanborn Style to Jazz. It has a bright full bodiedcompact sound with high volume. Tip 8 (85).Soprano: This model features a high baffle and a small bore. It enables the performer to achieve enough volume to compete with electronic instruments without sacrificing sound quality. It is suitable for Rock and Jazz. Tip 8 (70).