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Legere Quebec Cut Clarinet ReedThe Legere Quebec Cut reed offers clarinet players all of the consistency and projection that the regular Legere reed is known for, but with a darker sound. Sold individually.
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This product really performs well. It sounds JUST LIKE A CANE REED. Totally awesome. Couldn't ask for more from a synthetic reed. Guaranteed consistency and a great sound. Easy to play. I love it.
I have played on cane reeds for many years, and I will say that I can count the number of cane reeds that sounded better than legeres on my left hand. Legeres are hands down better than any cane reed.
You know the joke...How many clarinetists does it take to change a lightbulb? Only one, but he has to go through a whole box of bulbs to find just the "right" one! Well, the search for reeds is the source for that joke. I have tried a number of different reeds and ended up playing the Legere Quebec cut 3.5 on my current setup, which includes a hand-faced mouthpiece from Ted Lane. The Legere Quebec suits my playing far better than the standard cut and has a nice, warm tone to it. I get numerous compliments on my sound from fellow section members, and I can count on the Legere Quebecs to be both consistent and durable. While there may be a *few* cane reeds that offer better results, the search and aggravation are not worth the time. Try a Legere Quebec and see if you don't agree!
Like my summary says, I would never use it for classical work. The sound is too bright for that. I bought one and am now using it in jazz band, where I have to double on 4 different instruments. I'm only using it because I'm unable to keep my clarinet reed useable between songs. It's much more convenient when I have to switch back and forth between tenor and clarinet in a short amount of time. If I wasn't doing that, I wouldn't have this reed. So in that sense, it is convenient, but the sound of a cane reed is so much more pleasing and beautiful, even if finding the right one is a pain in the neck.
During marching season, due to weather conditions, I go through my reeds like water.
This season, I have decided to try the Legere Quebec Bb Clarinet Reed, and I am thoroughly impressed!
I first tried it last night at a highschool football game last night, and it performed consistantly without any hiccups, or dryness!
This Reed is a MUST-HAVE!
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