It is coloured to a vast degree by the mouthpiece. It has been said before, but I have just fitted my new favourite tenor piece, (an RPC 115B), onto my old Buescher C Mel and it is hard to believe that it is not a tenor.
Similar result with my second favourite, a No 11 Rico Metalite, (thanks Alan).
When not playing my old TT, I tend to think that it is vintage & awkward. I am always favourably surprised when I drag it out from under the bed to find that it is pleasantly ergonomic….the low C# key could be in a better place though.
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