TV1000 - the lowest of the unique family of serially produced jews with a clean and harmonious sound, high sensitivity and a wide spectrum. On such instruments it is not only easy and pleasant to make random "wow-wow-wow," but all audible overtones are clearly audible - the uniformity of the loudnesses of each "note" determines the "musicality". "Standard" is very "singing" instrument - a pitch intonation is its strongest side - with great rhythmic-timbral aptitude too. The tongue mechanics is good, but it requires more control than the highher pitched, famous TV591 version. In addition to the pitch difference, this model is slightly distinguished with timbre - it is more alive, maximally concentrated in the most controlled area, and the summons are kept to a minimum. The workmanship is perfect, but the frame is soft as usual and only correct handling without squeezing will allow relaxed usage. The Kubyz is not the king of loud, expressive styles - it's a neat intellectual, which gives an opportunity to learn and use all the beauty of the overtones. Required to own by each jewsharper.