Vandoren Java Red Alto Sax reeds are the latest addition the the family of fine saxophone reeds.
Gonzalez Reeds for Alto Saxophone
Developed by Vandoren in 1983 for jazz and commercial music. Box of 10.
D'Addario Jazz Select Reeds for Alto Saxophone Unfiled
Rico Reeds for Alto Saxophone 25/box
This classic reed is designed to produce a quality of extremely pure sound. Box of 10.
The Vandoren Java Red reeds are designed to offer more sound possibilities while keeping the quality of sound the Java reeds produce. This filed Java reed produces a sound that is more flexible than the standard Java offering a full, rich, centered sound that produces excellent projection and precise attack.
These reeds are made in Argentina from cane grown in Argentina. Superb sound quality. 10 Reeds per box.
This extremely flexible reed is great for a funky jazz sound. The reed design allows for maximum flexibility.
Unprecedented Tone, Flexibility and Response. The D'Addario Select Jazz cut features a strong, well-defined heart and longer vamp, yielding unprecedented projection and a clear, fat tone, with unsurpassed flexibility and lightning-fast response. Unfiled. The filed is the area behind the vamp where the bark is sanded off in a straight line. It provides freedom of response, especially in the low register, making soft attacks and subtones easier. The file also makes the tone slightly brighter. Features Include: * Huge sound with powerful projection * Select grade cane for unsurpassed durability & longevity * Outstanding clarity, control and projection * Precise third strength grading provides unparalleled consistency * Optimized for contemporary and traditional jazz mouthpieces Box of 10.
Quality, Maximum Flexibility, Value
High quality reeds designed for a wide variety of playing situations, Rico Reeds are cut of our most flexible grade of cane. The ease of play, affordable price and convenient packaging options are why more professional and music educators worldwide find Rico the best value.
25 Reeds per box.
The favorite reed of classic saxophonists worldwide since Marcel MULE, it has always been (and is still) used with equal success by many players.