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The Steve Turre Collection - Artist Transcription for Trombone
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Vandoren Java Red Alto Saxophone ReedsVandoren Java Red alto saxophone reeds are Vandoren's first file-cut jazz reed, Java Red reeds have more flexibility and tonal body and produce a full, rich, centered sound with phenomenal projection and extremely precise attacks. They have a thicker extremity and a more flexible pallet than Van Doren's Traditional series, and they allow greater vibration over a larger surface area with maximum elasticity. This type of vertebral column gives the musician much greater playing flexibility, as the resultant elasticity zone is very large. The Java Red will take your sound to a whole new level.
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I pulled out a couple of these and play-tested them for a few minutes each. They didn't blow me away at first. I let them dry out overnight (upside down and out of the case) and tried them again the next day. They both played beautifully! I let them dry out again, put them in a reed case and played one of them on a jazz gig last night. The sound and response were both very good. I felt like the reed did everything I asked it to. I haven't A/B'ed them with a fresh "regular" JAVA yet but I might be switching over to these!
I have been looking for a quality jazz reed to use in combination with my Rico Royal Graftonite mouthpiece and Yamaha YAS 23, and all I can say is WOW! When needed, the "attack" is instantaneous, and the reed has responded excellently to everything I have demmanded of it as a jazz musician, including both tone and intonation.
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From the minute I took these out of the package, they blew me away with the ease of playing each register (low and high) and the altissimo ease as well. I played a Java Red cut alongside a Rico Reserve reed and by far, the Java Red plays much better. It's a versatile reed - it's smooth and dark enough to use for a classic concert band or symphonic band, but just enough edge to use for a jazz band without having to sacrifice tonal quality. Fantastic reeds!
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