Baritone Saxophone Signature

SKU: BSG2.00
Sopranino Saxophone Signature
Baritone Saxophone Signature - Légère Reeds - BSG3.50 - 827778471401
Baritone Saxophone Signature - Légère Reeds - BSG3.50 - 827778471401
Baritone Saxophone Signature - Légère Reeds - BSG3.50 - 827778471401
Baritone Saxophone Signature - Légère Reeds - BSG3.50 - 827778471401
Baritone Saxophone Signature - Légère Reeds - BSG3.50 - 827778471401
Baritone Saxophone Signature - Légère Reeds - BSG3.50 - 827778471401
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.

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Carey Johnston (Arlington, US)
Ready to Roll out the Low Notes (softly, when needed)

I play in several community wind bands and my conductors are always telling the sax section to play softer. :^) My Signature bari reed (2.00) on my S90 Selmer mouthpiece allows me to easily roll out the low notes with precision. Very responsive and consistent. It also punches out high notes in my jazz big band with my Jody Jazz mouthpiece.

Glad to hear you're enjoying the reed!

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Evan Starnes (Morganton, US)
Great reeds!

Very great reeds, durable and loud, very vocal, and great range! (Just don't ever press down on the reed in the gap between the mouthpiece and reed it will break...)

Thanks for the kind review!

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Customer (Johns Creek, US)
Alphasax

Plays immediately.

Thanks for the kind review!

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Bernard Gagnon (Wetaskiwin, CA)
Bari Sax Signature Reed

I use Legere Signature reeds for all my saxes as I find them to have the proper combination of easy blowing with full overtones. Never disappointed with them.

Glad to hear you're enjoying the reed!

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Tom MacPherson (Newmarket, CA)
Welcome to the new world

After taking a few decades off, I am back to playing my baritone sax. A few things have changed. The biggest one is the Legere reeds. They are a great upgrade from the old cane days. Every one is perfect right out of the box; sounds great, easy to play, consistent and long lasting too. No more sifting through a box of cane reeds, finding the few that sound great, and trying to fix or discarding the rest. I would never go back to cane.

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