I don’t really have much else to say but the title. I’ve been playing on some sort of Légère reed for almost half a year now and I’ve only bought two and I still sound decent (but that’s not the reed’s fault) so I can’t really complain at all and would recommend anyone get one
Exactly what I have come to expect from Legere reeds; a reed that works and sounds great STRAIGHT from the box. I will certainly purchase again, if it is needed.
I have been playing on a bari sax Signature reed for two weeks now, and just played a rehearsal on it (classical). It is amazing. Great response in all registers, very good sound, and even tuning. Couldn’t be happier.
Baritone Sax Signature
After spending roughly $200 in the first semester of my masters program and having serious consistency issues with specifically bari reeds I borrowed a friends signatures to play test in wind ensemble. They play without issue every time. This is the closest synthetic to came reeds that I have played on and honestly if it weren’t for the different appearance or texture of the vamp I would have a hard time recognizing it is.
I decided on the 3.00 after trying the 3.5, and finding it a bit too thick. I usually play from 3-4 in traditional Vandoren reeds depending on my mouthpiece (Selmer C* or Selmer C* Soloist Long).