Fibracell Premier Synthetic Soprano Saxophone Reed Strength 1.5Product #462672 Fibracell 462672 KFHEC Soprano Saxophone Reeds https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Fibracell reeds deliver vibrant tone with great longevity.
They have brilliant overtones for a full, resonant tone, a quick response for better articulation, and excellent pitch stability and intonation, even for clarinet. Best of all, they have the same woody tone as cane but with better projection. Fibracell reeds even have the same weight and stiffness as cane (cane floats and so does Fibracell!) but they last up to 4 times longer with no unplayable reeds and aren't affected by heat or humidity. With their high strength and long-lasting durability, they're less likely to give out on you in the middle of a performance, too.
What is Fibracell?
Fibracell is a sophisticated composite of aerospace materials designed to exactly duplicate the way nature constructs the cane that goes into the very best cane reeds. Very stiff but sound-absorbing Kevlar fibers are suspended in a lightweight rosin using extremely exacting production standards. Each reed is precisely machined and trimmed for a consistently perfect shape, so you get the same reed time and time again.
- Kevlar and lightweight rosin material
- Brilliant overtones
- Quick response
- Excellent pitch stability and intonation
- Powerful projection
- Same woody tone as cane
- Same weight and stiffness as cane
- Last up to 4 times longer than cane
- No unplayable reeds
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Comments about Fibracell Premier Synthetic Soprano Saxophone Reed:
It's fantastic. I don't know the quality of the cane reeds I was using but this is a night and day difference. I'm just starting to play the soprano sax and this has helped me get a nice full range of notes out. It really helps with the low notes and it's nice not to have to worry about wetting the reed or it going dry (as I plan on using it to double with a clarinet). I also have a synthetic reed on my clarinet that I absolutely love. Definitely a worth while investment