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Rubank Selected Duets For Trombone Or Baritone Vol 2
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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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The regular cut in any strength didn't work for me -- they simply were far to bright sounding in the clarion register.
After reading a recommendation from someone who uses a similar mouthpiece to me (Grabner K11*) I gave the Quebec version a try. After a week or so of practice, I sound just as good or better on these as I have on anything else. If the sound is getting too bright, try relaxing the jaw and lowering the tongue a bit. Another slight adjustment that improved the tone even further was pushing the tip of the reed just a little past the end of the mouthpiece. This gives a nicer taper to the sound between dynamics.
You might have a hard time playing really high with these - like altissimo Bb and up - but maybe a harder strength would help with that.
Ever since I learned clarinet, I had played on a cane reed. As my playing progressed and I understood more about playing, I realized they tended to be very inconsistent - thus the joke about how many clarinet players are needed to change a light bulb: "one, but they have to go through an entire box to find the right one". I bought this reed out of curiosity, and it is definitely an improvement. It seems to be potentially more durable, and my tone and control of volume has improved.
This reed is really overpriced considering what it offers compared to their regular reed. Their standard reed is more like the Vandoren blue box and this one's more like the V12, but for some reason I find these just don't compare to the V12 or their regular reed. Harder blowing, more bright. Overall, I just don't like this product and would rather use any regular reed. If it was the same price as their standard reed, I could recommend it as a different sound, but this reed costs too much and offers too little.
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!
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.
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