My Alto Saxophone Reeds
It’s time to step-up to “3” strength reeds
Playing on “2 and 1/2” strength reeds just doesn’t cut it as you grow as a saxophone player. Having a stronger reed allows you more expression in your playing. It may be a little tough when you begin to strengthen your embouchure but you will positively stand out in no-time once you get use to playing on them.
“V16 3 Strength Vandoren” Reeds – For Rock & Jazz
This combination is ideal for your jazz band, show choir band, marching band (I’ll admit that I like this combo so much that I didn’t risk it out on the field!) and just for fun.
- It’s all about TONE
- Switching from Rock/Jazz to Classical is AS EASY AS switching from “V16’s” to “Traditional 3 Vandoren” reeds on the V16 Mouthpiece and vice versa!
- I keep all 3 items on hand for any occasion
- I’ve been using this combo for over 8 years
- If you don’t like them you can mail them to me 🙂
- Lastly, either the “Traditional” or “V16” 3 reeds are ideal for playing on the V16 Mouthpiece
“V16 3 Strength” reeds for Rock & Jazz
What Others Are Saying…
“I love em! They are the only ones I use now haha.” -Alex
“i have so far tried the rico royal,vandoren classic,and v16,this for sure was the best one out of all of them,it gives you a nice warm tone and is good for concert or jazz bands.Vandoren is a good brand and it wont let you down!” – Brian
“These are the quality that the band leader suggested that my grandson use.
My grandson says they produce the sound he wants & he is first chair sax, now.
Yes, I would recommend them.” – Betty
“I honestly haven’t had to look any further for outstanding reeds that always perform how I like” – Kevin Busse @ kbsaxlessons 🙂