|Description||Cordier Reed Trimmers or Clippers for all single reeds.|
We have commissioned the best European craftsmen to make these high quality reed knives. They are the best straight ground knife on the market. High quality steel holds its edge for the most exacting adjustments to the reed. Comfortable blonde large curved wooden handle is easy on the hand and prevents the knife from rolling off your work table. Each knife comes with a soft leather sheath to protect the blade and your fingers when not being used. See detailed pictues below. Available in your choice of Left or Right hand designs. Please choose below.
|Ben Armato Reed Wizard reed finishing system.||Vandoren Glass Reed Resurfacer RR200 for clarinet &|
BG Reed Saver keeps reeds playing longer.
|Reed Rush or Dutch Rush|
|Content||This is the most popular reed trimmers on the market today, the Cordier ensures an excellent cut and is the most popular shaped tip cutter on the market. A regulator to hold the reed firmly while trimming makes this an easy to use to for working on reeds. Available for Eb, Bb,and Bass Clarinets and Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Baritone Saxophones.|
Muncy Reed Knife Straight
|The Reed Wizard, a step closer to perfection! For all single reeds.This newest version of the Reed Wizard uses a carbide bit as the honing tool. This change dramatically improves the reed's performance. To view a demonstration play the video below. Detailed image illustrating each part is at the bottom of this page.||This glass resurfacer is the best for fixing warped reeds. Made of real glass that is etched creating a surface that will last forever, unlike sandpaper. Simply sand the back of the reed that touches the mouthpiece in a circular motion allowing the tip of the reed to extend over the sanding surface. Also included is a glass wand to adjust the top of the reed!||This reed rush also known as dutch rush is a great natural alternative to a sandpaper. Many believe the way it removes material from the reed to be superior with its naturally high silica content. Sandpaper pushes cane dust into the reed as rush pulls the fibers out.|