Select Jazz reeds feature the thickest spine and blank of D'Addario's jazz reeds, with a traditional tip shape. The Select Jazz cut offers great projection, focus and a vibrant sound. They are availab... Click To Read More About This Product
Select Jazz reeds feature the thickest spine and blank of D'Addario's jazz reeds, with a traditional tip shape. The Select Jazz cut offers great projection, focus and a vibrant sound. They are available in both filed and unfiled models. The debate rages on in saxophone forums all across the web. Filed, or unfiled? The conventional wisdom is that the unfiled are a little less bright, but that they can be pushed to achieve the brightness they fail to display right out of the gate. As to whether that characteristic is an attribute or a detriment, or as to whether that is even an accurate characterization is ultimately up to the individual player. Offered in third strengths, rather than half strengths, so players can choose the most precise strength for their individual equipment.
Outstanding control and projection
Available in both Filed and Unfiled models for the full range of saxophones
Available in third strengths (soft, medium, and hard) from 2.0 to 4.0
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Comments about D'Addario Woodwinds Select Jazz Filed Tenor Saxophone Reeds:
I've been playing saxophone for over 25 years, and the jazz select reeds never let me down at home practicing or on the job. I use the 3 medium for tenor and that seem to suite me just fine. I use the filed reeds because they give me a more projection to cut through the mix on a live gig. These reeds have the same quality as when the Rico company was own by Boosey and Hawkes. Great product. I can always trust the jazz select reeds to give me quality reeds in every box.
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