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Legere Signature Series Alto Sax Reeds - 2

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LEG SIG AS 2

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Lgre is pleased to introduce Signature Series technology for the Alto and Tenor Sax. The new reeds follow the spectacular success of our Signature Series clarinet reeds, which have been hailed as a breakthrough in synthetic reeds. The Signature Series clarinet reeds are used by many professionals, including Barnaby Robson, Principal Clarinet of the Philharmonia in London, Larry Combs, former Principal of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and John Moses, a leading session and pit pro in New York. Larry Combs has said the Signature Series reeds are"... equal to or better in many respects than the best cane reeds".

Lgre reeds are available for virtually all saxophones and have a beautiful tone and range, together with all the normal advantages of a synthetic reed. We have two cuts for Alto Sax and three cuts for Tenor Sax. Our original cuts are designed for a darker sound and generally used for a classical set-up. Our Studio Cut reeds are free blowing, bright and flexible. New players should choose the Studio Cut or the new Signature Series (for Alto and Tenor Sax only.)

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Closest StoreMississauga, Ontario
Love the sound its a little pricey but i Love how they offer it in quarter sizes
Posted by Ryan schooley on Aug 13, 2018
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