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Vandoren Alto Saxophone ReedsVandoren SR21 Traditional series alto reeds are characterized by a pure sound that is a result of a very thin reed tip that is balanced by a solid vertical column. They are consistent and reliable, and are a favorite of many band and orchestra directors and even many professionals. Recognizable by the distinctive French-style file cut, they are great for all-around use, from the eager student to busy professional, from classical to jazz.
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These reeds are the best value for your money. It's true that not every reed will play right out of the box; I've yet to find a brand where I can play every reed right from the start. But these reeds are consistantly the best of any that I've tried. They have a very complete sound and a quick response that makes them easy to play and appealing to listen to. I reccomend these reeeds to all of my friends and play on them myself.
I play these on strength 3 and 3.5. I used to play on the ZZs all the time and the Javas. But I prefer the regular blue box to any kind I've tried.
I recommend these to high school students and college students who need good reeds. They last a long time and hold up to even my vigorous marching season! I go through just one box in one season instead of the 3 boxes with my old brand.
Though I have played with only 3 different brands in the time I've played (10 years), I do highly recommend these.
These reeds can work for just about everything: marching, concert, and jazz music. For a relatively cheap price, they are good, and I would recommend them the most to students.
I first bought 100 Vandoren alto sax reeds last August for my son to use. He is now on his last 3 reeds,and I'm ordering again. Vandoren makes the best sax reed, and with the free shipping, I can provide my son with reeds for an entire year. It's a great deal.
These reeds work perfect. Never listen to anything negatively said about these reeds. They are AMAZING. I use 2.5's on a Beechler Diamond Inlay mouthpiece and it sings. It could be me, but this setup allows me to provide a rich, bright sound that that makes me sound like a pro! These reeds also last a while and just about every reed in the box plays to the full extent of the Vandoren name. (When I say this I mean that anything that else in the box plays like an average OK reed. But still there's only 1 or 2 of these in a box.)So go ahead, grab a box, and start playing!
When it comes to Vandoren reeds, when they are good, they play great and last a long time. When you have bad reeds, it is hard to play. Each box is very inconsistent when it comes to how many playable reeds there are in a box of 10. As a recent college saxophone graduate, I became more noticeable as to how unbalanced one reed might be. One side would be thicker than the other. In college, I learned how to adjust reeds with a reed knife and reed rush. I would suggest everyone learn this technique with Vandoren reeds. When I adjusted my reeds, I could get almost every reed in a box to play. Some reeds are still going to be hopeless. For the price, they are high quality reeds, but not all playable out of the box. I recommend these reeds to my students.
I'm a college student who know what a great reed feels and sounds like, when I first started to play sax I used Ricos because they were cheap and accessible. During my senior year of high school my band director told me a better quality reed would help my sound, so I bought a box of these reeds, after the first time playing them I thought "how did I ever play without them?" you will definitely notice a change in the way you sound, you will love it!. These are the only brand of reeds I use.
These reeds produce a great sound, and if you get a thick enought reed they last longer. I've bought a box 2 years ago and I am on the 7th reed.
Every one in the box works! It?s like a miracle! The down side is that the slips they come in are pain and aren't very good for storage. They occasionally break the reed. The actual reed on the other hand is amazing good and versatile.
I call these reeds my brand. My favorite part of these reeds is that they tend to be consistent. I have used other brands where some work just fine and others are terrible. These reeds are not like that. I feel assured that the whole box will work just fine for me.
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