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Rico Select Jazz Filed Tenor Saxophone ReedsThe Rico Select Jazz cut yields excellent projection and a clear, fat tone by virtue of its well-defined heart and longer vamp. Other characteristics of this reed are its great flexibility and fast response. This reed is available with or without a French file (please note, this item listing is for the FILED verson).The debate rages on in saxophone forums all across the web. Filed, or unfiled? The conventional wisdom is that the unfiled are a little less bright, but that they can be pushed to achieve the brightness they fail to display right out of the gate. As to whether that charactersitic is an attribute or a detriment, or as to whether that is even an accurate characterization is ultimately up to the individual player.
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These select jazz reeds really are the best. I use them for bebop and hard bop styles, and they perform exceptionally well in all ranges of the instrument, especially the altissimo register. The tone is a tad much to work with, but with longtones, and proper embouchure and breathing exercises, you can become another Coleman Hawkins! Great reeds.
these reeds have empowered me to achieve a stronger, more aggressive sound when needed yet still maintain a mellow, sweet sound for ballads. I was introduced to these by my private teacher, and now use them exclusively on all of my horns. For me, you cannot beat these reeds.
I first had vandorn for my tenor and those were good but the high range notes just didn't sound the best so I dicieded to try these and when I opened the pack got set up and then played some notes and I was stuned these reeds are amazing I have never heared any other reed sound so smooth and jazzy you should defently buy these reeds.
I've Purchased my share of reeds, trying to look for the right tone (Alexander Superial D.C., Vanduren Java, Rico Royal, LaVoz, Hemke, even Roberto's Winds) needless to say, I spent a fortune looking for the right reed. I think these reeds offer the highest quality sound and versatility, hands down. I purchased a box 4M and was first surprised by the range I was able to achieve. The quality cane and larger heart allowed me to play for an extended length of time while still maintaining a constant tone, that is to say other reeds may tend to soften up and dull out midway during a set, leaving you with that muffled dull sound. I am now having no problem easing the low register out during a ballad, achieving that fat robust sound, or getting a nice bright sound in any range. I also found it easier to get that "Coltrane" scream up in the altissimo. Although reeds are all preference, It would be a smart choice to try these out if your still looking for the right match. I found the reeds that I will use for a while, and I'm no longer buying boxes of reeds that I'm not happy with.
Rico Jazz Selects are good reeds. However i have noticed significant quality control issues with the reeds. I will get one box and it will have 4-5 great ones, and the next box will have 5 reeds that are warped, and inconsistent strengths. I have had to switch reeds from rico in order to save money.
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