This is a good early vintage Selmer Paris Soloist mouthpiece for the tenor sax. This piece has the earlier short shank, with horseshoe-shaped chamber. It was originally a C, but was recently opened by Ted Klum in New Jersey to an E, measuring .082”. This piece has some light playing wear around the beak, but nothing major, no cracks, chips, or major scratches. Klum’s work on the tip and rails is fantastic as always.