Rico Reserve Tenor Saxophone Reeds Strength 4 Box of 5 

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Rico Reserve reeds are the result of more than 75 years of reed-making expertise. High-density lower-internode cane, precision natural diamond cutters, optical laser measuring, color video inspection, and state-of-the-art polishing have all been integrated to produce the finest reeds ever.

¢-Crafted from high-density lower-internode cane
¢-High-density cane produces more durable, consistent reeds
¢-Color video inspection sorts cane quality
¢-Optical laser measurements ensure accuracy
¢-State-of-the-art polishing creates a smooth surface
¢-Precision natural-diamond cutting blades maintain reed consistency
¢-Reed Vitalizer 2-way humidity control packs protect reeds from cracking

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Comments about Rico Reserve Tenor Saxophone Reeds:

I am still a cane reed musician after many years of playing. I play a Cannonball Excalibur Tenor and a Big Bell Alto. I have several mouthpieces and use the Cannonball mostly on my Tenor. I use a #2 and found it to perform fantastic for me. It gives me the range performance in most all the music I play, from high F to low B flat. I can tell the difference that using the Reserve makes in playing.

On my Alto I am using a Northway mouthpiece and a #2 1/2 Reserve. I also find that the Reserve does what I need with it on my Alto. I do have a few other reeds I have tried, but the other do not seem to do as good of a job in range and sound.

The Rico Reserve Reeds are great for me.

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