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Synthetic Bari Reeds

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  1. Bari Soprano Saxophone Reed
    Bari Soprano Saxophone Reed
Bari founder Wolf Taninbaum (also known by his stage name, Wolfe Tayne) was not only respected in the orchestral world for his musical talents - he's also legendary for being the creator of the first synthetic reed way back in 1952. Today, Bari synthetic reeds are preferred by countless professional musicians who want to achieve Taninbaum's signature sound. In fact, Bari synthetic reeds are available for all five saxophone types, as well as Bb and bass clarinets. Whether you prefer the easy playability of a soft reed or the bright sound of a stiffer reed, the perfect synthetic reed for you is waiting here, courtesy of Bari.

The right Bari synthetic reed will depend on the instrument you play and the reed strength that best matches your tastes and level of skill. If you're not sure where to start your search, it helps to kick things off with the best sellers. For example, Bb clarinetists should definitely check out the popular Synthetic Bb Clarinet Reed. Available in medium, medium-hard and hard strengths, this reed is favored by many musicians for its unique sound and chip resistance.

Now for all you marching alto saxophonists, the Bari Synthetic Alto Saxophone Reed is definitely worthy of your consideration. Bright, loud and long lasting, this saxophone reed will enhance the tone of any enthusiastic marching sax player. As for tenor saxophonists, look no further than the Synthetic Tenor Saxophone Reed. Like every synthetic reed that Bari designs, this model is comfortable to play and very generously priced.

Whichever Bari synthetic reed you choose from this page, you'll realize quickly after playing it why Bari is considered to be the world's leading manufacturer of synthetic reeds. And feel free to stock up on more than one type; as any pro-level woodwind musician will tell you, trying out different reed strengths is the perfect way to figure out which type is best suited to your playing style.
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