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.
I enjoy those reed a lot. Not wondering how the reed will work today. They are always working the same way everyday.
I expected my new American cut Legere read to be handy, and it is. But it also sounds great throughout the entire range!
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.
Don't like cane reeds anymore. These are where it's at.