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I Will Always Love You - Easy Jazz Ensemble Series Level 2
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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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Bois ligature is unbelievable for its value. It is great, very free. Its response is pretty good and articulation and playing is even in all register. Of course I am saying this on a decent set-up. Works well with v56 Alexander?s v12. It lacks some warmth and color that a ligature like Eddie Daniels provides.
I used to use an old Selmer ligature which made my clarinet sound stuffy. Then I saw the Bois booth at the Missouri All-State convention and became very interested because I was searching for a new ligature. The Bois representative (actually she was the creator of the ligature) kindly let me try it and take it to one of the All-State rehearsals before I bought it. Lo and behold, within a few days 12 of the 24 clarinet players had bought a Bois.
The Bois really frees up your sound and allows for maximum vibration. The Bois touches the reed on 1 point and the mouthpiece on 1 point, which makes for a freer sound. The maker of the ligature told me that she had modeled it after the Ultimate ligature.
The ligature is made out of a really durable material and is practically unbreakable. It simply slides onto the reed and mouthpiece and it keeps the reed snug. Now you don't have to deal with the ugly metal ligature marks on your reed.
I find this ligature to be very similar to the Bonade in sound. So if you like the Bonade, you'll like this. The difference in this and the Bonade is that the Bois has a slightly freer sound.
Also, when my teacher walked further away while I was playing, she said it produced nice overtones.
She's also coming out with wooden Bois ligatures soon. Cocobolo, Rosewood, and many more.
The smart cap is the same cap that comes with the Ultimate. You can put water on the little pad to keep your reed moist. (I personally have never tried it, but it may be a feature that you would like.)
I highly recommend this ligature. Hope you like it!
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.
I usually play on the BG standard ligature or traditional gold plated if I need an extra projection and thought know I have the best let's stick to it. Forget it the Bois does it all. I wanted to use my shipping a bit more as I would pay the same for it glad I ordered the Bois. It is almost as dark as the BG standard but with the projection of the Traditional. Open up your sound and make more reeds playable. In less than 5 seconds you can take off your reed and put it back on. I've tried BG Standard, revolution and traditional, Vandoren leather, master, Klassik and Optimum, Rico H, Ligaphone orchestral and universal, Francois louis ultimate, Luyben, Rovner EVO5 and Eddie Daniels, Olegature and Bay Rohdium. Some are ridiculously expensive and some difficult to use but the Bois is inexpensive and extremely easy to use. The Bois is now on the top of my list followed by BG but at the very bottom is Rovner (kills the vibration of the reed and sound thin).
My first reaction was that this ligature was the best I've ever played on. I've had the Bois Classique ligature now for about 8 months and it is no longer playable. The lining on the inside of the ring has worn out and become choppy making the seal of the reed unpredictable at best. It no longer holds reeds in one place which means it moves while I am playing. It actually sounds worse now than the super cheap no name ligatures that my beginner students play on. Wait for an improvement from Bois. The concept is awesome but they need to adjust the design.
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