Légère Classic Bb Clarinet Reed

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The Légère Classic Bb Clarinet Reed is precision cut with state of the art machinery, ensuring high quality consistent reeds. Favoured by professional musicians worldwide, Légère classic synthetic clarinet reeds enable players to produce responsive rich tones with outstanding projection. Being made from synthetic material they have a consistency which allows for smaller steps in strengths. It also means the reed lasts considerably longer and is less vulnerable to chips and cracks. They also don’t need to be dampened before playing making them an excellent choice for doublers who don’t have time to prep reeds when swapping instruments. Also, being unaffected by moisture or temperature, they are perfect for use outdoors in marching bands and festivals.
  • Available in Strengths 2, 2.25, 2.5, 2.75, 3, 3.25, 3.5
  • 1 x Reed
  • Made from polypropylene (Does not absorb water / 100% non-toxic / Can be sanitised)
  • Extremely durable
  • Made in Canada by Légère Reeds Ltd
About Légère

Established in 1998, Guy Légère and Mark Kortschot joined forces to produce high quality synthetic woodwind reeds. Based in Toronto-Canada, Légère Reeds use state of the art computer controlled machinery and produce precision cut reeds with a worldwide distribution. Guy Légère combined his background in Chemistry (as well being an amateur clarinettist) together with Mark Kortschot’s background in Chemical engineering and applied chemistry to produce reeds from a special polymer compound.

 

1. On arrival, every Clarinet & Flute is checked & adjusted in-store. This is essential as every instrument requires some attention after its long journey from the factory.

2. Once sold, every Clarinet & Flute is checked & regulated for a second time as the set-up can be affected by the new materials expanding & contracting according to environmental conditions.

3. New instruments purchased from us can be returned within a year for a FREE check over and adjustment.

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