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Selmer Reed CaseThe wood shell construction and vinyl cover help protect your reeds from the elements. The beveled glass reed bed offers optimal protection against warping and tip damage. Holds 5 or 10 reeds.
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This product is a bit pricey, but I've really cut down on buying reeds. This case has easily doubled the lifespan of my reeds. I used to use the plastic cases that hold 4 reeds, which keep the reeds from breaking, but not warping. This case, however, has stopped all warping. I play three saxes on a regular basis, and I can keep 5 Alto, 2 Soprano, and 5 Tenor reeds snuggly (I have the tenor/bass cl. 10). It is a bit big, especially if I only have my soprano case. I would highly recommend carrying it over placing it in a full backpack. Mine looks a bit rough after a few trips like that, but it still functions great.
I have gotten this reed case for my tenor saxophoone, alto saxophone, and clarinet and have no regrets. This case helps the reeds dry flat preventing warping and has a soft cushion to help keep the reeds safe. Not only does this case easily hold and protect reeds but it is easily cleaned as well. It does cost more than other reed cases, but with good reason. Because it is the best reed case.
I ordered one of these, and almost immediately the hinge broke and I had to return it. I got another,had it for about a year, and then it would no longer close; the glass shifted and the clasp would not work; I had to use a rubber band to keep it closed. I finally ordered a different brand; we'll see how it goes.
The Selmer Reed Case is probably the best accessory I have ever purchased for my clarinet. I have always just used either the paper or plastic individual storage containers that came with the reeds. I have always had trouble with the reeds warping or not being dried out enough to play again after a few hours. I bought the Selmer case which holds five reeds. After playing in the church orchestra in the morning service, I now put my reed in the new case. Five hours later the reed is dry and in perfect condition to play for choir practice and evening worship service. I can't believe I hadn't purchased this case before. I use to throw my reeds away after morning service because they were not fit to play in the evening. This case is truly a money saver.
This case did what it was designed to do, until I needed to clean the case. It is about impossible to clean the interior fabric, because it acts like a sponge. Afterwords, I put a new set of reeds in it, and after a day, the reeds were covered in that nasty black mold. Also, the design of the case is horrible. Your reeds like to rearrange themselves in the case, and all your reeds like to fall out when you open the case. This makes it hard when you need to do a gig really fast, and suddenly your reeds are on the floor.
A little big to carry around all the time but does keep the reeds nice and straight.
This case is well worth the money, but the outside leather is weak and gets indentations very easily and selmer should consider a stronger material. But over all a great reed case I only wish they made one for soprano sax!
I've had one for several years. It keeps the reeds flat, with no mold or funny smells. It's small, so it fits easily into a case (that is, for something that holds 10 bass clarinet reeds!).
If you're looking for a case that will last, don't pick this one. I've had mine for a few months and it is literally falling apart. It dents very easily, the "leather" is easily torn, and the hinges are crap.
The case is sturdy and extremely good at its job - my reeds stay in place, never warp, and it can hold lots (more than ten if I'm conservative) of reeds. However, (this may be due to the fact I live in a hot and humid place like Singapore) the outside cover falls apart very easily, even if you leave it alone. And it even started to do so the day I got it. Other than this con, this case is all pros.