It is free-blowing, colorful, and loaded with personality. Beowulfmk, so you are saying legere have no life in them. For me the consistency and peace of mind that the Legere offers would be more than enough to go with the synthetic choice. I think I'm in love with a reed. How warm is too warm? For me, there is a slightly different balance in the overtones with the Legere reed. 16. And with a smile. I also guess wrong on the blindfold test! Let’s face it, the wrong Legere reed feels and sounds awful. Legere Bb-Clarinet French 2.25. By the way, don’t try a Legere outside on a really warm day! I have always used tenor reeds on my bass clarinet mouthpiece. I figured I might as well offer my own blindfold test, so you can gauge whether the difference is audible with a clarinetist rather less accomplished than the esteemed Mr. Hawkins. And how about value. I have always had problems with my reed drying out during performances while another musician is taking a solo or if I’m doubling…not to mention the hassle of rotating reeds, reed clipping and sanding which I really don’t have the patients or time for. It plays beautifully, but I am wondering if the Legere might be slightly wider and/or a better fit with my mouthpiece. My only complaint with it is that it isn’t as wide as my mouthpiece which makes it a little hard to put the reed on correctly. Reeds are available in the Signature, Classic and European cuts in a variety of strengths. The Legere really came close, though. Music is about creation, not preparation! On a separate note, I’m curious – how long does this reed last? (Phew!). It plays awesome right off the bat no soaking. I do very little classical playing…mostly jazz standards playing with trios, quartets and big bands. 8 . Legere Bassoon Reeds (DRBM) 4.3 out of 5 stars 38. 18 . As I mentioned in the previous post, I have used Légère reeds (not the Signature Series) on the largest clarinets, but have not, until now, experimented substantially with the smaller Légères. I'm quite surprised that you find this reed soft. I mention response first because I think it’s the most important aspect of how a reed plays, but of course the question on everyone’s mind is tone. Everything I can do on a cane reed, I can also play on a Legere signature reed. I am glad to see some recent posts, so that I might actually hear back about this. Let’s discuss the drawbacks. The American Cut represents the next-generation of Légère saxophone reeds. Strength Matters. At around 00:18 the cane reed produces a bit more of a vibration whereas the legere produces a more “stable / smoother” sound, with less “vibration”. After being fitted to the best size for me and my set-up (Otto Link 7*), I was amazed at the response from top to bottom of the horn, including altissimo. Available immediately. Music is about creation, not preparation! I have a Genusa “Exellente” GE (star) Z – which has greatly eased my problems with upper register issues. As I mentioned in the original post, I thought it was likely that I could find/adjust a better cane reed for my recital, and keep the Légère on hand as a backup. In tests such as these where both results seem professional, the small differences could easily be explained away by player variations and not equipment. As I mentioned, finding the right reed for you will break the bank. From the first note, the reed speaks with total ease while giving players just the right amount of edge. The first several hours on a new reed sound and feel awkward, and the moment it get soft, it’s unplayable. I continue to use my cane reed of choice on my R13 Prestige. http://bretpimentel.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/legere-a.mp3, http://bretpimentel.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/legere-b.mp3, Signature Series reed for tenor saxophone, Review: Rico Reserve clarinet mouthpieces, part II, Review: Rico Reserve clarinet mouthpieces, Trade in your old reeds for new Ricos, part II, Sharp, flat, and natural symbols on Android and iOS devices, Misconceptions about saxophone-to-clarinet doubling. All Thoughts are My Own! 9 . I have a question for anyone playing bass clarinet, which is better; Legere Bass clarinet reed or Tennor Sax Signature reed? 209 talking about this. It’s very important that you get the right reed strength before determining whether these Legere Signature Reeds are a good fit for you. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Quit old job for new 40 hour/week job. 15 . I have yet to find a distributor that will allow me to try them before purchasing. I get a new Legere Bassoon reed. Put a legere on my cheap sax and it was prefered to the $5000 sax with cane. Thanks Don—I have edited your comment so that it doesn’t give away the answer. Reed for Oboe European cut. A different facing may require the other of the two. Saxophone, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and world and electronic woodwinds. It really surprised me. 4.8 out of 5 stars 30. The cane reed was the best that I had at the time in a pretty average batch of broken-in reeds. But alas, I feel even better about playing it. I think I will try the Signature Series. Légère European Signature – From $42.49. I also wouldn’t hesitate to use them for ensemble playing. They almost are suposed to be bland. It is very free blowing, but mabye because its a little soft to my liking. I just ordered a legere contra alto clarinet reed because of the mostly good i have heard about them like the consistancy and durability. At Légère Reeds we give woodwind artists the Freedom to Perform. I got six months from the pair and they are now split but one is still playable. I also find them comfortable to play. On my alto I played on a Jody Jazz hard rubber and a Selmer C*. Legere Baritone Saxophone 3.0. Clarinet and soprano, I just suck it up and deal with a few wrinkles here and there like everyone else. Awesome reed! Strength: Medium Soft (Green) High quality synthetic reed. $38.99 $ 38. At Légère Reeds we give woodwind artists the Freedom to Perform. £22.50. European Cut for Clarinet. The musician here says that he could get a slight edge with a well adjusted cane reed. I assume that the saxophone Signature Series is geared more toward jazz players. I am surprised by the several who picked wrong. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Legere Reeds Studio Cut Alto Saxophone Reed Strength 2.25 at Amazon.com. Legere Reeds Signature Baritone Saxophone Reed Strength 2.5. FREE Shipping. At Légère Reeds we give woodwind artists the Freedom to Perform. I guessed wrong on the blindfold test too as so many others did….. I’m shocked too! FREE Shipping. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. However, I believe I have found the “perfect reed” for me. Legere Oboe Reed Medium Soft. A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts bought to you by Harri Rautiainen. You just email, send the reed you don’t like back and they send out a new one of a different strength at no charge. I’ve dug some left-over V12s out of my archives (some still in flow packs) and just can’t use cane reeds again! This was a great review. I am pleased to report that the Signature Series are highly playable reeds. I have not yet tried the Legere but I probably soon will. Legere company logo. As I do have a solo recital coming up, I’ve been doing a little soul-searching about whether I will use the Légère in that situation. I’ve been playing saxophone for over 30 years and have been searching for the “Perfect reed” for a majority of that time. Reply. £96. 10 . Still, perhaps it will push me to further refine my tonguing. I feel that this experience is what keeps most skeptics away.”. Légère is proud to offer a Exchange of Strength program if you are not satisfied with your purchased saxophone or clarinet reed. I am reviewing the reeds in what I believe to be an unbiased manner. Inside my head, there seems to be a little more articulation noise with the Légères. They also play well without wetting or sanding. More and more saxophonists have made the switch to Légère due to the many common problems and inconsistencies they have faced while dealing with traditional cane reeds. I agree with duckmaster. Posted in Product reviews Legere reeds synthetic reeds Post navigation ‹ Previous Doubling-specific skills vs. instrument-specific skills. Nice tone and good over the whole range. The plastic, at least in my studio in January, feels just slightly cool against my lip. Required fields are marked *. The comprehensive strength charts below compare popular cane strengths to the matching Légère reed strength and cut. 78 Posts . The American Cut represents the next generation of Légère saxophone reeds. JavaScript is disabled. I’m going to get one soon. Only 15 left in stock - order soon. It really surprised me. Introducing the new Legere oboe reed. Available immediately. What happens to it on a really warm day? I tried Tennor Sax Signature reed for 15minutes and I was quite happy with it, so my question is, is Bass clarinet reed better or worse than the TennorSax Signature? Legere Oboe Reed Medium Hard. I feel that this experience is what keeps most skeptics away. This being said, I use Legere reeds on bari sax and bass clarinet. Useful stuff to know about Legere. More Buying Choices $125.00 (10 new offers) Legere American Cut 2.50 Alto Saxophone Reed (ASA2.50) 5.0 out of 5 stars 3. * They asked about my current cane reed preference, and sent three reeds in different strengths close to what I currently use. It won't "sing" for me. Shop and save on our amazing selection of Legere Reeds instruments & accessories at The Woodwind & Brasswind. Thanks for your comment. In fact, they respond nearly identically to my current cane reeds of choice (a popular, leading brand). I did choose the correct sample based on tone difference. I just got my clarinet 5 days ago, and I’m still struggling with how to blow to produce a sound at all, and learned that the strength reed 1.5 and 2.5 that I have aren’t “strong” enough for the high register – right or wrong… I don’t know so I am looking at trying out stronger reeds… and in my research stumbled on Legere and this site. My other complaint is that they do have a break-in cycle. 00. I have been using a Legere reed on bass clarinet and was so impressed I bought a reed for soprano clarinet. Legere Signature Soprano Sax 2.5. Did you know that Legere (the factory) will happily exchange your “wrong-strength” reeds for different strengths until you get it right? Welcome to My Thoughts on the Legere Synthetic Bassoon Reed. Do You Have One? I thought that clip [# – edited!] Posted by A.Lakota on . On a related note: Now playing Ridenour instruments (an improvement, I think …) and decided to exclude cane reeds from my life if possible. 5 . $130.00 $ 130. I’ve tried to do the same with Harry Hartman reeds, and they won’t even respond to my emails. And it’s a delight knowing that one can put on a Legere, and being confident that it will work, regardless of the circumstances. Again the spreading is probably because a thin reed. Yes, I play Jazz and R&R a lot, but I also play classical music in regular basis. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Other Legere Bb Clarinet European Signature 4.0 Reed (Other) at Amazon.com. Send report . I have been using a Forestone B-flat clarinet reed for the past 2 1/2 months and love it!! Legere oboe reed review. £15.30. Before I discovered Légère Signature Reeds, I wasn’t a fan of synthetic reeds. Everyone should. From the first note, the reed speaks with total ease while giving players just the right amount of tonal edge. Clarinet – Reed Strength Comparison Chart . Overall very good reed. The unique profile design allows for a bright, colourful yet warm and clean sound. Tried a test with my sax ($700 new) versus a $5000 sax. The Legere reeds seem to give a good sound first time with hardly any additonal effort, which is relative to the cane reeds. Legere Signature Soprano Sax 3.0. So did I, especially on the slurred interval leaps. Not things I would risk with reed. The Legere Signature Reed! https://www.mcgillmusic.com/articles/legere-synthetic-saxophone-reed-review Some say it’s average life expectancy could perhaps surpass hundreds of cane reeds. In listening to my own comparisons, I have noticed that note-to-note transitions are quicker on the Legere than on cane (I used to use Vandoren V-12). Rumors are that this reed was invented in a lab and grown from a test tube. Reinvented Profile. Liked the expensive one more. Like upbeat life in them. £15.30. Here’s my exhaustive list of what I find to be different between the Légères and my cane reeds: I would tend to choose the Légère over cane reeds in doubling situations and in my teaching studio, where the advantages of stability and non-warpage are clear. To me the Legere reeds sound good, they sound natural, and they don’t sound synthetic. I heard some lovely recordings of oboists playing on the reed a few days ago and was impressed that someone finally made a good sounding oboe reed from synthetic materials. However, due to the bold and slightly edgy tone I get, I’m not sure I would use this reed for classical playing but then again classical saxophone doesn’t pay the bills… at least not for me. Good review, but I actually guessed right – there was a really small difference in sound. I think it is hard to talk about ‘better’ or ‘worse’ it’s just which characteristic one prefers. Legere Signature Reeds – From $38.99. The cane reed that I chose felt/sounded better to me than the Légère, but only by a very small margin, and I do still believe that no one but me would have detected the difference. I didn’t guess at all but more importantly to me, the quality of the tone in clip [# – edited!] Only he can know what his ideal sound is. Okay, so we all agree that the right hardness of Legere reed can sound just as good as a cane reed, and be considerably more consistent. I was very impressed. 99. Can you tell which is the plastic reed? Légère Reeds LTD, has become one of the most popular synthetic reeds on the market today. I hope you don’t mind that I have edited your comment so as not to give away the answer. I find this minor thing to be vaguely pleasant. “If you don’t know which hardness us right for you, you can easily spend $100 for a few useless pieces of plastic that will just sit in your case. This was quite clear in Sample B and I guessed correctly. The reeds are very well-balanced. This item is in stock and can be dispatched immediately. I haven’t seen a review with this mouthpiece combination for either Forestone or Legere – so maybe someone will comment??? “Question then, is the cane reed what you consider a good one?” This is an excellent question and one that I didn’t really address in the review. I guessed right on the A/B test, which is no surprise, since I’ve played a Legere Signature reed for a while now. Either cut shows a delightful tone, sensitivity and good intonation. It is effortlessly free-blowing, colorful, and loaded with personality. For reasons unknown to me, the post from which I originally quoted has been removed, but there are similar thoughts expressed in a more recent post. This is indeed what I ended up doing. Some people may hate buzziness of Fibracell, but you can use more lip or use thicker strength to avoid excessive buzzing. I have tried various Forestone, Bravo, FiberReed and a few other synthetic reed brands in the past but actually have not had a chance to test play the Légère Signat… £20.60. Please give us the reason for your assessment in the following text box and – if possible – your e-mail address for further questions. Your email address will not be published. I was … Abandoned playing for over one year because of 100 hour/week job. However, while I prefer a really good cane reed, the reality is that the Legere outshines the average cane reed. Life is beautiful with Legere! Not sure which is “better” sounding.. a matter of taste, but I certainly notice it quite clearly – although without such a close “side by side” comparison where I can replay a certain section, it would probably be much harder to tell. I think legere are awesome. I find them to be consistent, and they last long time. I kept snagging my reed on things so I am a bit careless. Let’s face it, the wrong Legere reed feels and sounds awful. $31.00 $ 31. For the hearing test i couldn’t really tell much of a difference. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. They aren’t adjustable. I understand that Légère is in the process of releasing a Signature Series reed for tenor saxophone, which I am anxious to try as well. For the middle reeds, I soak them 24 hours a day. Mouthpieces the same. I mainly like the way I can pick up an instrument and play without worrying that the reed has dried out. VerticalScope Inc., 111 Peter, Suite 901, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2H1, Canada. Légère clarinet reeds provide instant response, are highly durable and consistent every time. No water required, just add air. The American Cut is unlike any reed you’ve ever played. But that changed when I discovered the Signature range, which are usable and sound great too. Legere 2.5 felt like Vandoren 3.5, and it had a dead sound. This need not in itself be important because it might have been a less than optimal cane reed. The up side is that it does provide quicker articulation and faster ‘snapping in’ to pitch when slurring. I just got my Legere 2.75 alto sax reed in today, my first synthetic reed. As for Legere, I hated it. The [# – edited!] Reeds need to ‘mate’ with the mouthpiece facing. I got a Legere 3 a few days ago (for my alto) and found it to be extremely hard. However, after recording myself, I’m convinced that it’s not audible to a listener. £118. The sound difference is hard to describe but there is slightly less ‘wind’ at the start of a tone, as if the reed is slightly better controlled. I have yet to find a distributor that will allow me to try them before purchasing. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. £17.80. We can only know what our goals are, and any two artists have different desires. I just got my Legere 2.75 alto sax reed in today, my first synthetic reed. From that playing sample, I would have to go the the Legere. If you don’t know which hardness us right for you, you can easily spend $100 for a few useless pieces of plastic that will just sit in your case. The Jody Jazz sounded horrible, but the C* had an ok classical sound (again, I was playing on a 1.75 strenght, which was the only one I had access to). Recently, at the TMEA (Texas Music Educators Association) convention in San Antonio, TX, Legere had a booth present with an artist performing on tenor sax using the Signature series reeds. Let's take a look at the Legere Signature Series synthetic reed. Either may be better. I normally use 3 for Jazz, but when I need focused sound, I use 4. 00 $41.99 $41.99. The oboe community has been buzzing lately about the new synthetic Legere oboe reed. For tenor I played on a TM custom jazz, Dave Guardala silver 7*, and hard rubber Meyer (which I use for classical playing) and the only one that didn't have a bad reaction with was my Meyer, which was still questionable. Have not looked back since. The European Cut for Clarinet is our most flexible reed. Légère Classic Reeds – From $28.99. Add to Basket. I would be much more likely to ask the player which he preferred. I tried the Legere reed (studio cut) a few years ago and couldn’t find a size,tone or response that I was satisfied with. I have been playing Legere Signature on clarinet for nearly two years. I guessed it right (might be a lucky guess). Legere Soprano Sax 2.5 . Leave me a Comment- Would You Buy One? Used regular cut Legere #3 with Vandoren M30-lyre and later #3.25 signatures. They both sound great, but with the Legere I notice a richer core / less of the upper partials in the sound as compared to the cane recording. It is very free blowing, but mabye because its a little soft to my liking. Related Podcast Episode. For me personally, that makes me happy because if I could really hear a better sound with the cane, I don’t know if I could keep playing my signature. I just played a on a number of Legere reeds for Tenor (3.5), Soprano(2.75 and 3.5), and Alto(1.75...yuck) and my conclusion, which is strictly personal, is that they do not play well with jazz setups. sounded happier (in the sense that the player seemed to be having a easier time of it). I agree they are really dark, and not meant for upbeat. Learn how your comment data is processed. A few months ago, I posted about plastic reeds, and reported some of what I had read on another woodwind blog about the Légère Signature Series and Forestone clarinet reeds. Report rating… Do you believe this rating to be inaccurate or unacceptable for some reason? £20.60. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Legere Baritone Saxophone Reeds (BSG2.25) at Amazon.com. I was wearing out a cane at least once per week. PRODUCTS; STRENGTH CHARTS; SOUND CHALLENGE; BETA TESTI I bought two legere for my tenor sax, I play for 1 to 3 hours depending on the day. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Review and blindfold test: Légère Signature Series clarinet reeds. Hi Guys! I played the legato piece for a solo, and I wasn’t that good; the legere’s amazing! Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Legere Clarinet Reeds (BBES3.25) at Amazon.com. Music is about creation, not preparation! I pass them over the guys next to me who are struggling with their warping cane reeds an they thank me. Although a newcomer for Steve, some say this reed’s strength and stamina are far superior. Saxophone – Reed Strength Comparison Chart. Nicer sound and better articulation. Legere Signature Baritone 2.75. Standard Delivery Times. Légère Reeds online store is currently available in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The sound got a little spread after a few minutes, but it was a focused sound. Next › 6 advantages of adult students. Discussion Starter • #1 • May 29, 2004. 76 talking about this. Being a Signature player I was a bit afraid that this is the cane reed so the answer was a relief! I considered looking for a really excellent one for the side-by-side comparison, but it seemed to be a better real-world test if I used what I had immediately at hand. I thought I would give the Legere reeds another try since it was a different model than the previous Legere reed which I didn’t especially care for. I have edited it so as not to give away the answer. As a pro player I found them too bright, or too edgy, or not durable enough. Anyway, I got a kind offer from someone at Légère to send me a few samples. I use Fibracell, which happens to be synthetic. 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