Selmer Paris - Soprano Saxophone Reeds - Case of 6 Reeds

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Following tradition, Henri SELMER Paris uses reed cane from the south of France, and stands out by using wild cane. Richer in fiber it offers greater durability and lifespan.

Three years of work, in collaboration with the most demanding musicians, were necessary for the Henri Selmer Paris Research and Development team to perfect the profile of a reed adapted to the needs of artists across all musical spectrums, including classical, jazz, and popular music.

Ease of vibration, flexibility, richness of sound, and a unique balance across all registers symbolize this new reed.

High precision machines guarantee a quality and regularity in the cut. State-of-the art reed calibration allows musicians to find more great reeds in each box.

The Henri Selmer saxophone reeds carry the name of the founder of the company and professional clarinettist. They are available for soprano, alto, and tenor saxophones, in strengths 2 to 4.

So as to make the musician’s daily life a little easier, all while respecting the environment, the reeds are sold in a six-pack and include a reed case made of recyclable plastic, designed and offered by Henri Selmer Paris. A practical solution for every musician’s needs.

A worldwide reference for woodwinds, Henri Selmer Paris works closer with musicians than ever before. Thanks to its comprehensive design and manufacturing approach, Henri Selmer Paris exalts the complementary and inseparable trio: instrument, mouthpiece, and reed.

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"Really excellent reeds"
Steve W
I was given a case of alto reeds to try by the Selmer rep during a music course last summer and was looking forward to getting my hands on a box of soprano ones. I usually play 3.5 Vandoren blue box on a Selmer Concept mouthpiece - this is for classical playing. I gave the first reed a good soak and I liked it immediately. The strength was more or less the same as a good Vandoren reed and I played a two hour rehearsal on it. I found it very flexible in dynamics and timbre with a good solid core to the sound. It held up well with no getting flabby as often happens. This was exactly the performance I got with the alto version. The case is nice and encourages the use of several reeds in rotation which is good practice. The only slight criticism was one reed had lost a tiny piece from one side which I guess is a function of natural cane - it actually plays fine, though. On the strength of my experience so far, I like these a lot and Selmer have done a good job,
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