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Harry Hartmann Fiberreed Tenor Saxophone Hemp Reed
Tenor Saxophone Medium
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Superior hollow fiber layered with hemp fiber & crowned with layers of hardwood. This all new special cut enhances the natural sound of hemp. It ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The sound and feel of hemp in a long-lasting reed.
Superior hollow fiber layered with hemp fiber & crowned with layers of hardwood. This all new special cut enhances the natural sound of hemp. It possesses an earthy, dark low-end, a full high register and effective altissimo. Note--Hemp Fiberreeds run soft. We suggest you order one strength harder than most other models.
Lasts many times longer than cane
Plays 100% from the first second
Is extremely durable and resistant against splitting
Never dries out because it does not absorb moisture
Always available in exactly the same quality
Easy to clean, hygienic and odorless
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- Usually very high quality...not this time.
- For the price I would expect more consistancy.
Comments about Harry Hartmann Fiberreed Tenor Saxophone Hemp Reed:
I've been using Harry Hartmannn's hemp Fiberreeds for tenor, bari and soprano since they became available. I found them to be very consistent from reed to reed. This is something I would expect for the price per reed. I recently purchased three tenor reeds an two soprano online from Musicians Friend. The tenor reeds seemed totally different from what I previously ordered and use with satisfaction. Out of the three I ordered one seemed a bit softer than previously purchase medium strength reeds and the other two being totally unusable. Out of those two one seemed very unresponsive and the other was coarse and seemed unfinished and had a uncontrollable response. I've spent a lot experimenting with different reeds before settling on these and hope this is just a fluke. I can not afford to continue paying the price it cost for these reeds to experience this type of inconsistency.