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The String Centre
Series 50 Violin string set
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Legere Signature Series Tenor Saxophone ReedLégère now offers Signature Series technology for tenor Sax. These reeds follow the spectacular success of Légère's Signature Series clarinet reeds, which have been hailed as a breakthrough in synthetic reeds. Signature Series are very playable reeds with a respond nearly identically to cane reeds. They are very natural sounding, well balanced, and very consistent. Signature Series tenor sax reeds will not warp and are available in strengths 2 - 3.5.
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I have been playing sax for over 65 years, and at a friend's recommendation I recently purchased a Legere Signature reed. I have tried most every reed out there, and have found the Legere to be the best for me--reliable, consistent, excellent tone, no 'break-in' required, long life. I wish it had been available in 1945 when I started! I do agree with other reviewers that the Legere tends to run on the soft side--I purchased the 2.75 strength, which is slightly too soft, and am now going to try the 3.25 strength.
I just returned playing sax again after a a few years away. I double on Alto and Tenor. I was having problems with the middle D being too sharp on my Tenor. With this reed it has helped with my intonation and brought my middle D back in line. My current setup is a Meyer hard rubber 6 large bore with a 2.5 Legere signature series on a YTS-475. Makes my sax really sing. I feel this reed is much better than a cane reed. The sound is terrific. I previously used a Bari reed after a an hour of practicing my chops were pretty well done, but after using the signature series reed my chops feel great after a couple of hours of playing. I dont think I will ever go back. They got it right. If you get one you wont be sorry.
I am a clarinet player who doubles on Tenor. I was always having issues with warped tenor reeds, even though I was using a quality reed holder. A fellow musician (whose primary instrument is sax) recommended I give these a try, and I love it! I get great response through the entire range, and it plays well immediately. When I'm switching horns mid-set I have no problem grabbing the sax and jumping right in.
I have used Legere Studio Cut reeds for the past 6-years and just received my Legere Signature Series in the mail today.
I ordered a 2 1/4 for my tenor saxophone and it has a brighter more refined tone than the Studio Cut reed. Where the Studio Cut had a tendency to fight with my playing style, the Signature Series compliments my playing style and gives me more of the sound I am looking for.
Many people have said "its a good reed for students" however, this is not a student reed. Many professionals in orchestras and even jazz professionals use them exclusively, and now I know why.
This is a good reed from the start but you may want to go 1/4 to 1/2 stronger than what you'd usally use. I use studio cut 3 on my Tenor and Reg 3 on Sop. Alto, and Bari saxes. for the last 3yrs
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