Legere Bb Clarinet Reed  

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The Legere Bb Clarinet Reed is made of a new low density material that is extremely similar to conditioned cane. Legere reeds represent the best synthetic reeds on the market today. Perfect for ALL types of playing. Sold individually.


 

Bb Clarinet Reed Specifications:

  • Cut: Filed
  • Material: Synthetic
  • Quantity: 1
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5.0

Legere GREAT reeds

By Mike

from Texas

About Me Professional Musician

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Pros

  • Always Ready To Play
  • Functional
  • Good Quality
  • Improves Sound
  • Legere Guarantee Great
  • More Time To Make Music
  • Quarter Sizes 4 Styles
  • Stay The Same

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Anytime Anywhere
    • Concerts

    Comments about Legere Bb Clarinet Reed:

    Used over one year exclusively, no need to ever go back to cane reeds. Used in recitals, solo appearances, chamber concerts. Legere Guarantee and quarter sizes, and 4 different styles make these reeds extremely attractive.

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    4.0

    Reed eliminates annoying watery sounding tone

    By Armida Hollingsworth

    from Lubbock, TX

    Comments about Legere Bb Clarinet Reed:

    I ran across the Legere website on accident and had no idea that there were synthetic clarinet reeds. I am having difficulty with the cane reeds getting too wet while playing only 5-10 minutes and producing a tone that to me, sounds like a lung with pneumonia. It sounds gurgly and crackly. I decided to give the synthetic reeds a try. They are somewhat transparent and allow the water behind the reed to show as streaks, but the reed stays dry. No more gurgles. The reeds are somewhat stiff at first until they are broken in and warmed up, but they sound the same as a cane reed. So far, I think they are worth the high price tag.

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