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Bois Classique Clarinet LigaturesA ring-style ligature that allows for the ultimate reed vibration and is very free-blowing. The ligature only touches on the outside edges of the reed and the backside of the mouthpiece, preventing any dampening and improves the harmonics in your tonal quality. An inner o-ring prevents any scratches to your mouthpiece, and also provides a strong hold to prevent slipping.Designed by a musician, these ligatures slip accurately into position and do not slip or stretch. The reed vibrates freely with no dampening. Each lig is studio-engineered to the highest standard of intonation and tonal quality.
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I've always liked minimalist ideas. I needed to upgrade (and fast!) from the stock plastic Yamaha mpc/cheap metal lig combo I got with my bass. I now use the BOIS ligature with a Walter Grabner mpc and either Legere (2.75) or Vandoren(3) reeds. The BOIS doesn't seem as compatible with the Legere reeds and requires a bit more fuss to get everything in place and stable. With wood reeds the thing is FANTASTIC! It's simple, quick, VERY solid and has a great sound and feel to it. I ended up giving the Smart Cap to a sax player friend; it doesn't really fit bass clarinet mouthpieces. This is no gimmick and for the price it?s even better. I'd recommend to anybody looking for a no-frills, reliable ligature with great sound and feel.
This ligature provides great response especially in staccato playing. You can also change the response by tilting the ligature at different angles. I have tried it on a variety of different mouthpieces (Vandorean, Gigliotti and Clark Fobes) and it seems like it is a "one size fits all" ligature. Unlike ligatures of similar style, I like that it comes with a mouthpiece cap, so that it makes clean up easy. For the price it is a great ligature. Much better bargain than those with the exchangeable plates or look more like the old fashioned television antennas.
I have lots of ligatures and tried many more! I've kept several ligs for playing different literature. I USED a Bonade most of the time also some several major leather strap type brands, well most of them. With the Bois I'm finding that it lets me do what I need when I need it. My first impression was that it had a wonderful sound but the articulation suffered? Well I know that when trying out a new mouthpiece you need to use new reeds. The same goes for this lig break several reeds in on it and the articulation is even easier!!! Not to mention the Tone and Flexibility!!! I don't use the cap it comes with, but the sound and ease I have make me a happy clarinetist! Give it a chance, you might be surprised!
I got the Bois because I was curious if such a minimal approach would work.
I have been playing a Harrison Hurtz ligature for many years and still keep it in my case as my primary.
But I find myself reaching for the Bois Ligature more and more because I can't get over how well it works. It's so easy to use and it's especially helpful with auditioning reeds. The Clarinet size works well on my Selmer Alto Sax Hard Rubber mouthpiece too (But check available sizes for your combination) It's got to be a must for players who double.
I got a Bois alto lig last week just out of curiosity. I'm always interested in what's new
on the market with horns & I'll buy it if I like it&can afford it. Hey, let's face it, working musicians aren't rich. Well anyway, I went and purchased a Bois alto lig and played it
on both my Lakey 7* & Rico Royal Graftonite B7 alto mouthpieces and I like it. It's pretty
good. The reed vibrates nicely & it looks pretty cool on the horn but I have to admit, it don't
beat a Rovner but it's a nice lig all the same. I'm even thinking of getting one for my tenor
& clarinet & soprano sax.
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