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La Voz Alto Saxophone ReedsLa Voz alto saxophone reeds are mad from the best natural reed cane, They are an unfiled reed and are characterized by a deep, powerful tone, making La Voz a popular choice among professional woodwind players everywhere. Their fair pricing also make them a popular favorite in the school band and orchestra market. La Voz reeds are designed for great projection and versatility.La Voz reeds are a professional-quality reed for all musical applications, featuring consistent response and playability. Full-bodied tone quality and a unique strength grading system make La Voz Reeds a fine choice for all kinds of music.
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These reeds are terrific! No matter how my set up changed over the years, I?ve always gone back to La Voz reeds. They are equal if not better than other VERY expensive reeds (Vandoren for example) and they are break for people that don't like a long break in time with a very short life after break-in. I?ve play exclusively on them, and plan on doing so for the rest of my musical career.
I was a hardcore Vandoren guy until I gave La Voz a shot. These were some of the smoothest sounding reeds I ever used. Precise attacks, perfect tone, and excellent control that allows me to bend notes just like I want them. Effortless altissimo (if you know what you're doing lol). My only drawbacks on this reed is that out of the box of 10, 5 actually lasted more the 2-3 performances (about a week)Half of the reeds began warping, which caused me to run through two boxes in a short time. I think this has to do with an inconsistency in manufacturing. other then this, the La Voz are awesome. Just wish most of them lasted longer!
I switched from rico royal 25 yeas ago and never
looked back. Granted there are only 2 or 3 per box that make the grade,(same as rico royal) but they are worth every penny. Ease of playing; low Bb with rich harmonics and altisimo friendly too. They are not what they used to be, but what is, they are still the best I've found with the least amount of break in and the least amount of rush work needed. They make the note pop like no other reed. I donate the inferior ones to the local highschool. I feel guilty but they seem to appreciate them.
I love the sound I get from this reed. I've tried other reeds and they just don't cut it. My saxes are alto and soprano
These reeds are my "voice". They are free blowing and make a great open sound. I have nothing more to say...
setup: jody jazz HR* #5, medium hard la voz, rovner light/ harrison ligature
I really love the sound and clarity you get out of these reeds, mostly jazz. You can really pop and show off your style with these reeds. I prefere the 3 medium.
LaVoz alto reeds work really well for me on alto sax combined with a Meyer 6M mpc and a standard Selmer brass gauge lig. They give me the sound, edge and projection I need. I use LaVoz hard on the 6M.
Because I play an open mpc on tenor, a metal Otto Link 8* (.115 opening) I use a Rico 2.5 reed. I need the harder reed to drive the Meyer 6M which is a lot closer tip opening than the Link 8*.
I use alto mostly to teach but if I was playing more alto than tenor I would still use the LaVoz reeds.
Overall I prefer Rico products on saxophone but I do like Vandoren V-12's on clarinet and the blue box Vandoren's on bass clarinet. On bari I used Rico Jazz Select 3M unfiled on a Runyon Custom Spoiler Mpc and yrs ago I used a Rico Royal #2.5 on a old Berg Larsen 120/1 med chamber mpc. Check out my review of orange box Rico reeds for tenor.
The best reed you will ever use or need because the quality is great.
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