Eb Soprano Clarinet European Cut - Légère Reeds

Eb Soprano Clarinet European Cut

Regular price $36.74 Sale

The most comfortable, stable, and articulate clarinet reed Légère produces. The European Cut for Eb Clarinet is wider than the Classic with a shorter vamp and a band of material down the spine. The reed gives the player the control needed to stand out in a solo performance or blend into the ensemble.

Customer Reviews

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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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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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C.P. (Winnipeg, CA)
Great Reed, needed a bit stronger to match my Vandoren Blue Box

I usually use a Vandoren 3 and tried the European cut in a 3.0 which Legere was kind enough to let me swap for a 3.25. It’s still a bit on the soft side compared to what I’m used to so I’m going to order a 3.5 or 3.75 but the reed responds beautifully and has a great sound. Im an amateur who plays on a fully restored vintage Student Model Vito Efer with a custom Spriggs wood barrel and it plays like a dream with this reed! Love the European Cut for my Bb clarinet as well. This will definitely be my go-to reed for my Eb has well.

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Bob Fabish (Elk Grove Village, US)
Eb Soprano Clarinet European Cut 2.5

Very nice, fixed much of my loud/soft problem. I look forward to using harder European Cut reeds once I get my lip back. (I stopped playing for 2 years.) It's still early days, but so far I prefer European to Classic, on Eb.

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Dr Thomas M Ashby (Pittsford, US)
Legere European Cut Eb soprano clarinet reed

This Legere reed plays very well on a Richard Hawkins Zinner blank mouthpiece,
seemingly even better than my older reeds of the same type. I am playing it this coming week in concert at Eastman School.