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Rubank Selected Duets For Trombone Or Baritone Vol 2
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Frederick Hemke Alto Saxophone ReedsThe dark tone of Frederick Hemke Alto Sax Reeds is favored by pro players from classical and traditional jazz ensembles. Well-suited design for traditional round-chambered mouthpieces.
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Outstanding performance playing classical on Keilwerth straight alto with Morgan 3C (0.062") and Rovner 1RL (pins/thumbscrew on top left contrary to Rovner's guidance, tightened rather firmly). Performs well with the Vandoren AL3/AL4. Considerably better tone and character than Vandoren Traditional. Cathedral-chambered Selmer mpcs unusable on KWs (go flat as one goes up).
I've been on Hemkes since high school, all the way through my music degree, and still play them today. They play well right out of the box, which was a big seller for me. I've known how to work on reeds for a long time, but when you're preparing for a recital, finicky reeds can be a real bummer. I rarely found myself working much on these reeds. As a result, I always recommend them to my students over Van Doren because of how easy they are to play.
I have to admit, however, that Van Dorens generally last a little longer for me. In college, I would get, on average, 2.5 weeks off a 4-set of Hemke reeds with ~5 hrs playtime a day before I started to feel one or two of them weakening. A simple reed clipper can extend the lifetime of these by a week or two.
That being said, 9/10 of the reeds come with a perfectly formed heart, no thicker, dark spots in the outer parts of the reed, with a silver shine around the tip of the reed when held up to a light. That's exactly what I look for.
I highly recommend these easy-to-play, non-frustrating reeds.
I recently bought these reeds, and I now prefer them to the Vandoren V16 reeds I used to use. These reeds provide a clearer, beefier tone, and are very cheap too. I highly recommend these reeds to any jazz or concert saxophonist.
Maybe it's me, but it's been a hit-and-miss for me. Out of a box of 5, I would only find 2 or 3 good ones. The ones that don't play well are really terrible, but the ones that are great are excellent. Very responsive, allowed me to play my ideas freely. I would definitely recommend buying more than one box just to be on the safe side of not having any bad ones.
I use Hemke 2 1/2 reeds on a vintage Meliphone mp.This setup gives me a large and warm sound. I had been using Rico Royal 2 1/2 reeds but as my embouchure improved (I've been playing about two years, this time around.) They were too soft and also the quality was not consistent. I tried RR 3 but that was stiff for me and not comfortable to use. I was consulting a reed chart when I noticed that (at least on that chart) the Hemke 2 1/2 sat between the 2 1/2 and 3 of all the other brands on the chart. I tried a box and was quickly convinced. The hardness is still perfect for me after about a year of using them. I love the big dark sound I get with the reed. Perfect for the blues I play with my band but also very nice for the wind ensemble I play with. I feel the warm sound blends well with the sax section and the rest of the band. The quality has been very consistent. Almost no bad reeds out of the box. All have gotten used.
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