Synthetic Fibracell Reeds
If you're a student woodwind player, consistency is just the beginning of what synthetic reeds have to offer. Another perk is that they last much longer than conventional reeds, so even when you're practicing every night of the week, you can count on them to keep on going. And if you're in a marching band or another ensemble that performs outdoors, you'll definitely appreciate how resistant they are to humidity - so they'll sound good rain or shine. When it comes to Fibracell synthetic reeds specifically, it's also nice to know that they're made to have a natural appearance so you still get the sort of visual you'd expect from a cane reed.
To see what you can expect from synthetic Fibracell reeds, the Fibracell Premier Synthetic Tenor Saxophone Reed and Fibracell Premier Synthetic Baritone Saxophone Reed are two suggestions to check out. Of course, picking the proper reed depends on the instrument you play, and they're not just for saxes: take a look at the Fibracell Premier Synthetic Bb Clarinet Reed and Fibracell Premier Synthetic Bass Clarinet Reed if you're a clarinetist. It's safe to say that no matter which woodwind(s) you have in your repertoire, you have the opportunity to take one of these reeds out for a spin.