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The Steve Turre Collection - Artist Transcription for Trombone
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Rico Plasticover Tenor Saxophone ReedsDesigned to resist moisture and climate changes, Plasticover is ideal for use in outdoor ensembles such as marching band, and for doublers who need to make quick changes between instruments. Whether in moist tropics or in desert heat, Plasticover responds instantly. The durable coating also provides a clear, projecting tone, making Plasticover a favorite with jazz, studio and pop musicians.
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I admit I was just curious so I bought 2.5s for tenor based on other reviews. I tried them on my Yamaha 5C and Rico Graphonite B7 - very buzzy on both. This may be what your looking for, but it's not for me. One thing I have to say, every one I tried was consistent in character...bzzz. There's probably a place for them (I remember some cold winter nights in marching band...), but can't see them for daily use.
Generally I would find 2 or maybe 3 reeds per box that I felt I could use for a gig. It got to be pretty expensive to buy a box of 5 reeds only to find 2 that I could get the sound I was looking for out of a reed. Much of this has to do with the mouth pieces as well. Since switching to the Rico Plasticovers, I find that I am consistently getting 5 out of 5 gig ready reeds for my soprano and alto and 3 to 4 out of 5 for my tenor. I have never found this consistency with any other reed.
You just put it on the mouthpiece and it is show time. I have been using the Rico plasticovers for maybe 15 years now and have no desire to experiment with other reeds. They work for me.
I love these reeds. You get five reeds per box and at least five are ready to play right out of the box. I like to use them with my Dukoff hard rubber mouthpiece. The reed allows me to compete with loud guitar players very nicely. I get a nice clear tone throughout the whole range of the horn. When the reed finally and gradually loses the coating, they still remain very playable but no longer have that "edgy" sound that I like. With the edge gone, is when they are perfect for jazz or big band playing.
These things just make playing easier. 4 out of 5 in a box are very playable and they last a long time. Buy a half a size harder than you usually use. Once the plastic coating is broken in, they soften up a bit. I play a lot everyday and taking out the reed and soaking it and soaking it and adjusting it and prepping it was just a waste of time. Unlike completely synthetic reeds, the Plasticovers still have a real cane sound. However, if you are tying to get a Paul Desmond or Stan Getz type sound, these probably won't be your reed of choice.
Play Otto Link 7* for years on my Yamaha Custom 875. Played Legere and Rico royal for many years on this and then my teacher suggested trying these plasticover reeds. I haven't looked back - they're all I play when performing. They don't warp as easy as normal rico (and where I play the ventilation system dries out my reeds very quickly so this can be important for me) and seem higher quality where every reed is playable. Love the bright sound and reliability so they're worth the price.
When you are playing live and frequently, these reeds are tops - always ready to go without a long 'soak'. If you are looking for a bright, punchy reed that is ready to go at a moments notice, give these reeds a try. I have been playing on these reeds for 15 years, and have had maximum success. If you are performing live and need that little extra edge to cut through the electric instruments on stage, this is the way to go!
I have played on a lot of reeds and I have found that these reeds are the best for the saxophonist who needs that extra edge. Straight out of the box you can begin playing without a long soaking. They give quick response and the tone quality is a killer. I have played on a lot of reeds but I have always come back to the plastic covered. I highly recommend these reeds!!!
I bought these reeds because of previous reviews that I had read. I was immediately impressed with the sound of these reeds when playing rock, or with other musicians who have personal amplification. The sound is bright enough that it cuts the other instruments very well when soloing, but can still be subtile when I need them to.
I found the reeds required some getting used to, as I think they respond differently than the regular cane Rico Jazz Selects that I usually use, but because of the sound projection, and the fact that they respond quite quickly when I'm doubling, and don't have the ability to keep the reeds soaked, I decided to buy a set for my alto as well.
I used these reeds for marching and pep band. They had decent performance; however, the plastic coating gradually chipped off over the school year. It chipped off where I held my embrochure and at the place where the reeds met the mouthpiece. These reeds are NOT something you would want to use for concert band; their tone is not concert quality. However, they work well for marching band.
I have been playing saxophone for 15-years and have tried all kinds of reeds throughout the years. These are excellent reeds, very versatile. I use these reeds on my Otto Link Super Tone Master 8 with Gospel Jazz and Contemporary Jazz, and on my Otto Link Super Tone Master NY 8 with Big band and Soft Ballads. Many people say you can't use them for a Paul Desmond or Stan Gets tone But I can get any tone I want out of these reeds just by adjusting my embouchure. I highly recommend these reeds for anyone looking for a very versatile reed that will do anything you want. Consistency is a little quirky at times so just be careful when you buy these and get a couple of boxes just to be safe.
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