Pure Hollow Fibers in a Natural Cane Design
Harry Hartmann Natural Series Fiberreeds feature hollow fiber in a natural cane design. The synthetic fibers run the length of the reed in a pattern and strength very similar to that of traditional cane. The result is response, feel, and sound, extremely similar to that of a cane reed but with greatly increased durability and perfect consistency.
Natural Fiberreed Alto Saxophone Reed
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Comments about Harry Hartmann Natural Fiberreed Alto Saxophone Reed:
A very lively and very responsive synthetic reed. Some may find it too buzzy, depending on preferences and mouthpiece. If one likes a "medium-soft" in a Fibracell, probably should try a "medium" Hartman Fibereed. Easy blowing, encourages a more relaxed embouchure. "Efficient" because actually does seem to play a bit louder with less effort. As long as you don't chip the tip, these are long-lasting. They can be clipped and re-profiled if necessary. IMO, not quite as good as the Hahn reeds, made of the same material by Hartmann's former business partner.
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