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Legere Bb Clarinet ReedThe Legere Bb Clarinet Reed is made of a new low density material that is extremely similar to conditioned cane. Legere reeds represent the best synthetic reeds on the market today. Perfect for ALL types of playing. Sold individually.
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I play in a clarinet choir, and as soon as I joined, I noticed that all the members were using this reed, so I gave it a try. AND IT WAS AWESOME!!!! The only thing is that It offers a very reedy sound (ironic, right), and isn't the best for concerts. It is still great for practicing
After a 3 year hiatus from playing, I could no longer use the rest of the box of Vandoren 3.5s I had in my case. I started looking at reeds and tried Rico oranges, Rico Royales, and Mitchell Luries. I was getting frustrated with dealing with reed inconsistencies while rehabilitating my embouchure. I felt like I was fighting the reeds instead of playing them. I decided to give one of these a shot, and couldn't be happier with it. It is everything a good reed should be with none of the hassle of cane reeds. Buy one and throw away the rest of your canes, you won't regret it.
Clarinet is not my first instrument, but I am required to play a lot of it for shows on my cruise ship. The Legere responds better than any cane reed I've ever played on the instrument, and as other reviewers have said - it can also sit for long periods of time (I've tried hours, for instance) and play consistently with nice volume and projection. A must try for the reed doubler. I didn't like them on saxophone as much, but perhaps that is because I am most critical of my tone on that instrument.
This is great for marching band! A must have for high school and college marching band students! Never dries out, great under chilly conditions! Beware that as it heats up the sound quality isn't as nice. Therefor you might want to consider getting a half step stronger strength so when the reed and Clarinet heat up your tone stays consistent under normal playing conditions. Also, great for beginners that don't know much about reed working. Of any synthetic or plastic reed this is the best one by far!!!! I highly recommend it to all my students curious to try a synthetic.
I am torn on weather these reeds are too expensive. I agree with others that I would have to go throught an entire box to find a reed sound this good right out of the box. I play on a jazz setup, Optimum Lig, EJB Vandorean MPC, and I picked a 2.25 reed which is great for me.
I recieved legit training so I have a very dark tone, that's why I use such bright equipment, but with more closed MPCs such as the B45 and B46 from Vandorean I wasn't getting the volumne I needed. I have found getting pieces with more then enough volume is the right answer. You never want to force volume in Jazz. It just sounds bad. With extra volume, you can layback and sound comfortable. I am going to go switch over my saxes now and see if I am as happy.
It's a liitle weird looking at a blue reed after playing for 22 years but with change comes new experiences. I can't say I ever enjoyed sanding reeds, nor was I ever any good at it.
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