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Vandoren V16 - Baritone Saxophone Reed - Single Vandoren V16 - Baritone Saxophone Reed - Single
£8.75 UK tax incl.
£7.29 UK tax excl.
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Buy any 10 Single Reeds - Save 10% Launched in 1993 to answer the demand of some American jazz musicians (a JAVA with even more wood). The V16 has a thicker tip than the traditional Vandoren reeds and a longer palette. Sound: more brilliant, more percussive, particularly well adapted to all the new styles of music. V16 reeds have a medium-thick heart (more than JAVA but less than Traditionals), wi…
Vandoren V16 - Baritone Saxophone Reeds - Box of 5 Vandoren V16 - Baritone Saxophone Reeds - Box of 5
£36.45 UK tax incl.
£30.38 UK tax excl.
In stock
Buy any 5 boxes of reeds - Save 10% Launched in 1993 to answer the demand of some American jazz musicians (a JAVA with even more wood). The V16 has a thicker tip than the traditional Vandoren reeds and a longer palette. Sound: more brilliant, more percussive, particularly well adapted to all the new styles of music. V16 reeds have a medium-thick heart (more than JAVA but less than Traditionals), w…
Vandoren ZZ - Baritone Saxophone Reed - Single Vandoren ZZ - Baritone Saxophone Reed - Single
£8.95 UK tax incl.
£7.46 UK tax excl.
In stock
Buy any 10 Single Reeds - Save 10% In tests with Jazz saxophonists, the artists found the new reed to be immediately responsive without sacrificing the brightness or tone quality required for their style of music. Its free-blowing characteristics made the artists immediate fans of the new reed. The differences between ZZs and Javas is relatively subtle- but noticeable if they are played off agains…
Vandoren ZZ - Baritone Saxophone Reeds - Box of 5 Vandoren ZZ - Baritone Saxophone Reeds - Box of 5
£38.55 UK tax incl.
£32.12 UK tax excl.
In stock
Buy any 5 boxes of reeds - Save 10% In tests with Jazz saxophonists, the artists found the new reed to be immediately responsive without sacrificing the brightness or tone quality required for their style of music. Its free-blowing characteristics made the artists immediate fans of the new reed. The differences between ZZs and Javas is relatively subtle- but noticeable if they are played off again…

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