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Vandoren V12 Bb Clarinet ReedsV12 reeds have a thicker tip and longer pallet that results in a deeper, richer sound with body to the attack. This cut is a favorite among clarinetists world-wide. It is designed for the advanced clarinetist, and recommended for long-facing mouthpieces such as the 5RVLyre and B45. It is known for its precise attack, homogenous timbre in every register, controllability in the high register, and overall warm and velvety sound.
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The V-12s are worth every penny you spend on them! They are amazing reeds. I've been using these for years and have never had a complaint. They are consistent and reliable. They last a very long time, too. They don't take long to break in and, if necessary, you can play on a new one for a concert in an emergency. They tend to be a little stiffer than other brands, so I would buy a couple of sample reeds (if possible) to find the hardness you like! I play on these for general concert band music and solo work, however, for swing / big band music, I will use a lower strength. They have a beautiful tone that is dark and full. These reeds are a perfect for pairing with a Rovner ligature.
I can always count on my V12 reeds to be great. Nearly every one of them has such warmth to its tone and needs very little breaking in. I think this is a great reed for any clarinetist that just wants to improve his tone. It seems that I can even have a reed broken in the night before a performance and still be fine the next day.
I have bought these reeds for years for my niece who played in her high school's champion marching band and who now plays in her college pep band and Newport Community Band. She plays an expensive clarinet and will only use the best quality reeds which she says enhance the sound produced by her instrument.
Compared to the standard "blue box" Van Doren reed, the V12 is a little easier to blow. So, if you find yourself blowing too hard with a blue-box #3, try the V12 #3 and it will be easier. I use a Selmer S80-115 mouthpiece (open), and the V12 #2.5 is good except for high register, #3 is better.
These reeds play well out of the box with a little bit of manipulation. Each box contains at least a few good reeds. Priced at over $50 a box at many music stores, these are comparatively cheap!!!
I just got a box of these reeds to compare with the traditional Vandorens and I?m glad I did! I'm playing on a B45 mouthpiece and a Buffet R13 and #4 V12's and I can get a pretty rich and dark sound. Comparing them the V12's had a noticeably darker richer sound; this comes from the thicker heel and heart of the reed. This for me has also helped altissimo notes become slightly more clear and easy to articulate. These are my new reeds! I strongly recommend them.
The reed is very good. There are a few bad reeds in the box. but that is common with reeds.
Good quality box of reeds, it is the only kind I use. If you are looking for a great reed, you just can't beat the Vandoren V16.
These reeds have degraded so much over the last 4-5 years.This flow pack packaging is a complete piece of trash.THis thing doesn't let the reeds dry out with this flow pack thing, making the reeds become green a with low bright, sounding quality.
I really hope Vandoren gets it together.
After years of playing Vandoren Traditionals, I grew tired of only finding 2-3 good reeds in a box and having to spend hours adjusting the other ones, sometimes to no avail. I experimented with several other brands (Olivieri, Gonzalez, Zonda, to name a few), I finally tried these. I was blown away! They are so easy to break in, play easily, help give me that beautiful clarinet tone that everyone wants, and no more frustration with buying a box with only 2 good reeds in it. The only downside is that if you don't break them in properly, they tend to collapse pretty quickly. Other than that, these are the best reeds you can buy.
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