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Harry Hartmann Fiberreed Baritone Saxophone Reed  

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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The Original Fiberreed!

Harry Hartmann Fiberreeds are impervious to changes in temperature and humidity and, due to the manufacturing process, are 100% consistent from reed to reed. Included with the Harry Hartmann Fiberreed is a medium hard rubber support that enables the reed to vibrate more freely. The Harry Hartmann fiberreeds are the only reed available that will let you customize your sound. By purchasing the Addjust Vary Support (sold separately) you can change the support and darken or brighten the tone. These are truly a revolutionary concept in reed design.

  • Last 20-30 times longer than cane reeds
  • Play immediately, no soaking or break-in period
  • Extremely resistant to warping and splitting
  • Perfectly consistent
  • Easy to clean, resulting in a hygienic and odorless reed even after months of play
  • Made in Germany

Fiberreed Baritone Saxophone Reed Specifications:

  • Strength: about 1/2 strength softer than traditional cane reeds
  • Quantity: Sold individually
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Hyped as the best synthetic reed ever


from NE Pennsylvania

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  • Lasts Along Time


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Comments about Harry Hartmann Fiberreed Baritone Saxophone Reed:

Bought one for each horn,Bari, tenor and alto. Found the sound not warm and the strength of the reeds suspect. The best was the carbon tenor,but after blowing it for a few hours in my studio, I decided it was not for me. I plan on letting some students give them a try. We'll see how that goes. Nothing beats cane,in my honest opinion, but I have tried the Bari brand reed and found that to better than this one. That being said I will continue with Rico Jazz Select.

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