Baritone Saxophone Signature

SKU: BSG2.00
Sopranino Saxophone Signature
Baritone Saxophone Signature
Baritone Saxophone Signature
Baritone Saxophone Signature
Baritone Saxophone Signature
Baritone Saxophone Signature
Baritone Saxophone Signature
Baritone Saxophone Signature

Baritone Saxophone Signature

SKU: BSG2.00
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A bright and stable reed colored with a full spectrum of overtones. The reed is very responsive and articulate due to its relative thinness versus the Classic. The Signature for Saxophone is the recommended cut for players in solo, classical, or jazz studio settings.

Customer Reviews

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Parker Head (Albuquerque, US)
Certified Bari Legeri Simp

I live in Albuquerque, NM, and anyone who has played bari sax at high elevation should know that cane reeds are pretty much entirely out of the question, thanks to how quickly they dry out up here–especially in the desert state of New Mexico!

I've been on Legere Signatures for bari for the better part of two years, and I love them. I recently moved up from 3.0 to 3.25 now that I've actually had some capital-P Practice time on bari sax, and that extra quarter strength is a game changer. Not only do I love how I sound, I love how it feels to play. "Perfect" is a pretty extreme word, but the response and resistance I get from these is dang near close.

Thank you for the thoughtful and detailed review!

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Ron Porteous (Toronto, CA)
Another great Bari Reed

I have an American Cut 2.0 Bari reed and needed something that gave a little less punch for certain playing scenarios. Based on my experience with Signature cuts on my Tenor, I figured this would do the trick and it does, perfectly. I am all in on Legere reeds. I never play cane any more!

Glad you're enjoying your reed!

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Zitong Wu (Lethbridge, CA)
Nice and consistent

great sound, very responsive, all the time

Thanks for the kind review!

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Kaden (Clovis, US)
Good for marching band

It really is

Thank you for the review!

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JOHN BERLEY (West Palm Beach, US)
Absolute Flexibilty

I play the Legere Signature cut 2.75 and 3.00 for my alto on both my classical and jazz mouthpieces. For the bari, I play the Signature 2.75 for the classical mouthpiece and the American cut 3.0 for the jazz mouthpiece. I also use the American cut bari on my bass mouthpiece - and what a wonderful, full and bright sound enough to fill a Music Hall. Harry Carney had it right. The point here is that I've been through a lot of reeds, as have we all, but the Legere allows me to quickly change instruments and mouthpieces without having to fumble through a dish full of reeds soaking. Hence the reason I say Legere totally enhances flexibility. And with proper care and rotation these reeds last just short of "forever”. (I rotate on a five-day cycle, which may be a bit much for some, but I’ve found over time that that gives the reeds plenty of rest time; curious about what the Legere experts would opine.) Thanks for these dynamic reeds that perform well on all my mouthpieces, of which no two are the same. Cheers!

Thank you for the thoughtful and detailed review!