Legere Classic Cut Synthetic Alto Saxophone Reed, 3.0

$25.00

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Product Description

Need a reed you can rely on? The Legere alto saxophone synthetic reed features an original cut that produces a dark and more focused sound. The 3 strength is perfect if you need a balance of a 2.75 and a 2.25. Perfect for projecting your rich tone, the Legere saxophone reed features a thicker tip making it ideal for marching bands and large ensembles.

Unlike traditional cane reeds, all Legere synthetic reeds are cut with the utmost precision, so you can buy in confidence knowing it's ready to use straight away. All Legere synthetic reeds will last much longer, meaning you no longer have to buy new boxes constantly.

Durable and Long Lasting

Whereas a traditional cane reed would need regularly changing due to damage and natural wear, this synthetic Legere reed will last much longer due to its composite materials used. This means that less money needs to be spent on buying new reeds on a regular basis!

Precision Engineering

Made from some of the latest materials and using extremely advanced machine crafting, Legere reeds are built so that every reed will be identical to the next. With many cane reeds, there are differences from one reeds strength to another, but with Legere reeds, you can be sure that every reed will be absolutely consistent.

Reviews

"I must say that when I actually tried the reed I was more than pleasantly surprised! The consistency in the strengths is outstanding - I must say that I've been increasingly frustrated by traditional reed manufactures lack of consistency between the grades. With Legere you know exactly what you're getting straight out of the box." - Barnaby Robson, Principal Clarinettist, Philharmonia Orchestra of London

"The Legere reeds are the way of the future, now! They have phenomenal consistency, excellent response and reliability. Most importantly, they help create a beautiful, smooth tone in all registers. Using a fantastic reed, one can finally get on to making music, instead of just playing the clarinet." - Ricardo Morales, The Philadelphia Orchestra

  • Ideal for marching bands and large ensembles
  • Thicker tip for better projection
  • Accurate strength and precision engineering