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36 Studies for Trombone with F Attachment
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This instrument or product has been carefully played/used and returned to us in
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standards set by the factory and it no longer carries the manufacturer's warranty.
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Legere Bass Clarinet ReedThe Legere Bass Saxophone Reed is made of a new low density material that is extremely similar to conditioned cane. Legere reeds represent the best in synthetic reeds. Perfect for ALL types of playing. Sold individually.
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When I first heard about a plastic reed, I thought it would be the same as plastic vs wooden clarinet, not as good. After reading several positive reviews, I decided to purchase one. I put it on, and was amazed at the ease of use, and the ability to get a constant tone over a months time. I used to use a 3 vandoren on a standard Yamaha 4C mouthpiece, and a 3 legere is perfect.
This is a good swab. The fabric picks up a lot of the moisture that other swabs don't; however, not being double ended makes it more prone to getting stuck in the upper joint if you aren't careful.
I have been playing cane reeds since highschool and always had a dim view of synthetic. But, oh how technology has changed. I grew tired of always searching for the best reed in the box and wondering if it would play the same from day-to-day. I tried my first Legere a month ago and was immediately pleased. It had the same rich sound and response as cane. No breaking in, just plug and play. No chirps from warping, never too dry, never too wet. They can be washed. It is consistent day after day. I found the strengths to be very similar to Vandoren. I use a 3.5 on a Selmer C* mouthpiece. Playing difficult music is less stressful knowing you have a dependable reed.
Firstly, this is my first time buying a Legere and I was surprised by the ease of sound.
I bought a strength 3 reed, and it is a little too hard for me.
** If you normally play on a 3, pick a 2.75 or 2.5 strength reed if you are not comfortable with creating an over-blown sound. **
These reeds are great for marching band, and practice, but I noticed that I do get a slight airy sound with this reed.
Overall a great, ready to use reed.
I like the way these reeds sound. They're very playable and easy to blow. My problem is that the ones I've used have been somewhat fragile in comparison to other synthetic bass clarinet reeds. I've found cracks at the tip without any explainable cause. One even cracked in the middle right in my mouth!
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