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Rubank Selected Duets For Trombone Or Baritone Vol 2
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Gonzalez Tenor Saxophone ReedsThis reed is made from the top-notch cane with strict quality control to provide excellence worldwide for sound, response, and consistency. That means you can expect an 80% average of concert quality reeds box after box.
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These reeds are by far my favorites for legit-classical saxophone playing. Combined with my Rascher, Rovner EVO-5, and Barone "Vintage" tenor, these reeds make a very dark yet not muddy sound with a kind of big and wooden quality to it. Think James Houlik with a more sweet upper register. I absolutely love these reeds and best of all, every one of them played the same for me. I'm sticking with these, keep it up Gonzales and don't fail us.
Gonzalez reeds are a very versitile reed it is great for jazz and clasical but if you are wanting to focas on one type of music i suggest you get a more jazz focased reed. Also i have never had to to throw one away because it was a dud some do play better then others but i would say the are all perfomace grade reeds.
While the hunt for good reeds never seems to end, lately I've been quite please with the Gonzalez reeds. I play a Couf/Kurtzweil tenor, most often with an SR Tech metal mouthpiece, and have tried plenty of different reed brands. Previously I most often used Vandoren ZZs, but I find the Gonzalez to give a more focused sound, and consistently offer more out-of-the-box playability. Usually I play the 3.5s, but appreciate the flexibility of having a 3.25 hardness also.
These reeds are consistent. They give me a great dark and big sound, which is what I am looking for. The response is also great. I recommend giving these a try. The price is also relatively cheap.
I play tenor with a symphonic concert band and I also enjoy jazz. Every few months I search for better equipment - new mouthpiece, different reeds, new type of ligature. I've finally found a great combination and a sound I'm pretty happy with, especially for classical music. Rovner Versa ligature with an older Rousseau mouthpiece and Gonzalez reeds. The reeds are consistently playable, no duds in the box, durable when well cared for and I love the depth they add to my tone.
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