Re: Jazz Mouthpiece for Tenor??
the best thing to do is go to a music store and play as many mouthpieces as you can and get the one that suits you, that question is asked many times in forums and usually leads to as many opinions as stars in the sky or arguments. But if you want names, jody jazz makes an outstanding hard rubber mouthpiece that will give you a great jazz sound. It also depends on how much you wanna spend. I play a jody jazz dv 7* which cost me $500.00 theres other mouthieces like the jody hard rubber, or dukoff and beechler, and otto links that are way less expensive. Good luck