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Frederick Hemke Tenor Saxophone Reeds Strength 3 Box of 5

(Strength 3Box of 5)  Sku #462633000775172

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The dark tone of Frederick Hemke Tenor Sax Reeds is favored by pro players from classical and traditional jazz ensembles. Well-suited design for traditional round-chambered mouthpieces.


Tenor Saxophone Reeds Specifications:

  • Cut: Double (French Filed)
  • Material: Cane
  • Quantity: 5
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Tenor Saxophone Reeds by Fred. Hemke


from Midwest / Pacific Northwest

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  • Good Quality


    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Frederick Hemke Tenor Saxophone Reeds:

    The French cut Frederick Hemke reeds are of excellent quality. I have been in 2 1/2 hour rehearsals all this week for a big show coming up next week at the Sondhiem Center. I play a Selmer Mark VI tenor and I am using a Paris "Alexandre' B-flat hard rubber mouthpiece. The Hemke reed has held up wonderfully well. I used the same reed for all five rehearsals this week. Love the quality and the service from Music 123. Way to go guys! I thank you for keeping me on top of my game with your service.


    Responsive but too airy


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    Comments about Frederick Hemke Tenor Saxophone Reeds:

    These reeds are not bad but for me and other people I've talked to, too airy. If you have a tendency to have an obnoxious tone or are into the airy thing, these are for you. They respond and resonate decently on my S80 C* but, still will not take the place of my beloved La Voz MH's. If you naturally play too brilliantly and need a reed to tame your sound, these are for you. Otherwise, I'd try La Voz instead.

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