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Rovner Dark Baritone Saxophone Ligature And Cap 3ML - Fits Most Metal Tenor or Bari Sax Mouthpieces 

(3ML - Fits Most Metal Tenor or Bari Sax Mouthpieces)  Sku #472498000989000

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Rovner Ligatures

Rovner Ligatures also greatly improve reed playability. Reeds that are totally unplayable on other ligatures will often perform well with the Rovner. The ability of the Rovner Ligature to extend reed life is unparalleled. More rigid ligatures actually hammer the cane fibers during vibration, eventually destroying the reed's tonal vibrancy. Not so with Rovner; most players find their reeds will play until the tips finally succumb to fatigue and fall apart!Selecting A Rovner Ligature
Due to the design of the Rovner ligatures, they fit a wide range of mouthpieces. The above descriptions are general but are accurate for MOST mouthpieces. For more exact information regarding sizing, please follow the MORE INFO link above to read the sizing chart designed by Phil Rovner.

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Does NOT fit Vandoren V16 HR bari


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  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality


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    • Backup
    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Rovner Dark Baritone Saxophone Ligature And Cap:

    These are workhorse ligatures for me. I love the single screw as I can turn the ligature upside down to adapt for the reed/mouthpiece relationship. Putting the two bars on the screw side over the reed stock may allow slightly more reed vibration for low notes, the full leather seems to damp it more. Of course, I may be imagining it!

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