To speed up your search for a new set of synthetic reeds, you might want to consider narrowing down your options by instrument under "subcategories". For example, click on "synthetic clarinet reeds" and you'll given an impressive variety of individual reeds and sets. If you're a bass clarinetist, check out top sellers like the Legere Bass Clarinet Reed pack or the Fibracell Premier Synthetic Bass Clarinet Reeds. As for Bb clarinetists, turn your attention to the Rico Plasticover Bb Clarinet Reeds. Or, if you're an Eb clarinetist, look no further than the Legere Eb Clarinet. Each of these choices come with high ratings and you'll understand why quickly after using them.
Saxophone synthetic reeds are also very easy to come by and in this section you'll find packs for each of the five sax types. For alto saxophonists, turn your attention to the Harry Hartmann Carbon Fiberreed Alto Saxophone Reed: it's ideal for styles like jazz, rock and pop and lasts 30 times longer than a regular cane reed. Or, if you play the soprano sax, take a look at the Legere Signature Series Saxophone Reed: it delivers a well-balanced, natural sound and its response is nearly identical to a cane reed.
Tenor, baritone and bass saxophonists have plenty of synthetic reeds to browse as well, so jump in whenever you're ready. Don't forget, each of these synthetic reeds are available in strengths ranging from soft to hard (numbered 1 through 5) so be sure to give careful consideration to your personal preferences and skill level before you make any quick decisions. Synthetic reeds have never been so capable of mimicking the tonal quality of cane reeds - and in addition to their resistance to warping and temperature changes, it's no wonder why more and more professional musicians are choosing them.