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).
I wasn't sure what to expect from synthetic reeds as I had never used them before, and I have some sensory issues so I was worried how different it would feel. My lip doesn't slide on the reed at all and I'm happy with the sound! The best part is that it will consistently play despite the extreme changes in weather where I live.