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Alto Saxophone American Cut
Garrett Fullmer (Edmond, US)
Really Good!!

The first day I got it it felt really good, and I really liked having it. I did chip it that first day, and I would say definitely be careful, but it is absolutely worth it.

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Alto Saxophone American Cut
Paul Pontbriand (Drummondville, CA)
Alto Saxophone American Cut reed

I enjoy those reed a lot. Not wondering how the reed will work today. They are always working the same way everyday.

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Alto Saxophone American Cut
Colin Bowler (Moonstone, CA)
Not Just Convenient

I expected my new American cut Legere read to be handy, and it is. But it also sounds great throughout the entire range!

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Tenor Saxophone Signature
T.S. (Chicago, US)
Good reed

Pretty good reed I love it it’s easy to play and I stated playing tenor this year and love this read

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Bb Soprano Clarinet European Cut
J.W. (San Diego, US)
Excellent

I'm happy with Legere reeds! They give a very nice sound, high durability, make reaching those high notes almost easy.
I'll continue buying this brand again. Great quality!

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Bb Soprano Clarinet Signature
J.W. (San Diego, US)
Super excellent

I'm happy with Legere reeds! They give a very nice sound, high durability, make reaching those high notes almost easy.
I'll continue buying this brand again. Great quality!

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Eb Soprano Clarinet European Cut
Andrew Schaeffer (Chicago, US)
Made for the Eb!

This reed is bright, has clear intonation, and really helps the Eb sing above the rest of my wind ensemble without sounding screechy. Even just tooting a couple notes with this reed, it was obvious to me that the synthetic material was made for an Eb.

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Bass Clarinet Signature
Nicole Kingston (Detroit, US)
Bass Clarinet Reed

Received great customer service when I was shipped a broken reed. Thank you for making exchanges easy and supporting your customers!

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Tenor Saxophone American Cut
Paul Pontbriand (Drummondville, CA)
Légère reed

Very happy so far
I should have tried before

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Alto Saxophone Signature
Steve Carmichael (Herndon, US)
A Legere for every saxophone

These saxophone reeds are fantastic! I use both Signature and American cut on Sopranino, Soprano, Alto, and Tenor Saxophones. A Legere for every saxophone! In both classical and jazz performance i find them consistent, with a wonderful sound and ease of articulation. A precise reed for the people!

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Bb Soprano Clarinet European Cut
Kate S. (Bedford, CA)
Great sound and clear articulation

I usually play on Vandoren V12 or 56 Rue Lepic but I find myself using my Legere reeds almost exclusively. The tone is great and I find that my staccato notes are crisper and my articulation is clearer. Also, I find that my tone is well centered in all registers.

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Eb Soprano Clarinet European Cut
Meryl Greenfield (Cranford, US)
Eb European

Loved this reed. I played a Broadway show on it the same day I got it. Will order more.

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Baritone Sax American Cut
Jim Gailloreto (Chicago, US)
Love this cut

The Baritone Sax American Cut offers a robust to sound. This works especially well with my Berg Larson Mouthpiece, I’m currently playing the Motown musical ’Dream Girls’ and sound cuts through beautifully, especially on the low ‘A’s’. I’m using 2.25, that said I would like something slightly more firm but the 2.50 is way too hard. I wish there was something more gradually. Still it’s the most consistent and best sounding synthetic reed available.

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Bass Saxophone Classic
Raymond Barnes (Schnecksville, US)
Truly excellent

I am using these Legere 2.00 strength Bass saxophone reeds on my Selmer Series II Bass saxophone. I am using the Selmer S80 C* bass mouthpiece and JLV ligature. Simply amazing, consistent and better than the cane reeds that I was able to find.

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Alto Saxophone American Cut
Mark Towers (Margaretsville, CA)
Pro payer for 40 years converted!

Hey, i've been a pro sax player for nearly forty years and always been a bit of a purist when it comes to reeds. I've tried different synthetic reeds over the years and dismissed them straight away.
About six months ago i was listening to Gerald Albright play alto and i was blown away by his sound.....i found out, to my utter disbelief he was playing on a Legere American cut reed. I ordered one for tenor and wow, i wouldn't have believed it possible from a synthetic reed. Straight away i ordered another for my alto....just fantastic. I play almost every day and have two or three gigs a week....these reeds take some abuse!
Big shout out to Legere Reeds, i love 'em.

Mark Towers

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Alto Saxophone American Cut
Evan Nagorka (Grand Rapids, US)
Great

Don't like cane reeds anymore. These are where it's at.

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Tenor Saxophone Signature
Thomas Stolar (Salem, US)
2.75 Signature Tenor Sax Reed

I exchanged my original order (2.5) for a 2.75 and am quite happy with the result - I'll nee to work on my endurance but it's pretty much performing as I had hoped with a nice warm sound and better production in the upper register especially when playing at higher volumes and with a harder attack. Like all your reeds, it plays perfectly right out of the box - I miss NOTHING about the breaking in process I have to go through with a cane reed!
Thanks,
Thom Stolar

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Alto Saxophone American Cut
Davis Hill (Opelika, US)
I want me some some reward points

These are pretty good reeds. They play consistently every day straight out of the box.

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Tenor Saxophone Signature
George Furlow (Pittsburgh, US)
Tenor Signature 2.25 - 2.50

I have been playing the American Cut and wanted to try the Signature. I really like the signature on the soprano. For Tenor Sax, the Signature is a little darker than American Cut. Just a matter of preference. Darker (Signature) Brighter (American)

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Alto Saxophone Signature
Isaac Kitange (Rochester, US)

Alto Saxophone Signature

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Alto Saxophone Signature
William Talbert (Sparta, US)
Great Playing Reed!

I am in the process of playing three Legere reeds (American, Studio, and the Signature Cut). I think the Signature is the happy medium between the three reeds so I can’t go wrong with whatever my final decision will be for choosing one of these reeds as my reed of choice! The Signature cut has a great sound and feel that opens and delivers consistency to the entire range of my alto sax. A great characteristic of a great reed!

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Tenor Saxophone Signature
Ari Dvorin (Austin, US)
Excellent

As soon as I put the reeds on both my Tenor and Alto I new I made wise investment.
The reeds are so easy to play and does not require much effort. Let's see how long these reeds last!

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Alto Saxophone Signature
Thomas Stolar (Salem, US)
Legere Signature. 2.0 for alto

Sorry for the delay. I ordered a Signature 2.5 and, this being my first venture into a synthetic for my alto, I ordered a bit high. The 2.0 I just received yesterday seems to be a better match; a little harder than I am used to but I like the performance in the upper register and the sound is smooth and warm. Consistent and ready to play right out of the box, as usual. Thanks, Thom

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Tenor Saxophone American Cut
Ken Wilson (Greely, CA)
Excellence and consistency

The title says it all. They take the fuss out of reeds and allow you to leave the effort where is counts, on playing.

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Alto Saxophone American Cut
Stephen Campbell (Henderson, US)

Alto Saxophone American Cut