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Bravo Reeds - designed in California - are the first Clarinet and Saxophone Reeds to meet the expectations of professionals and beginners alike.  These are perfect for beginners as they last longer and can take more abuse than normal cane reeds.
  • Pack of 5 Premium Synthetic Reeds
  • Non-toxic
  • Tip cracking and humidity resistant
  • Significantly longer reed life compared to the best cane reeds
  • Individual reed cases click together for secure storage

Bravo reeds feel, play, and perform as well as cane and are engineered to guarantee consistency every player deserves. Students and professionals alike can benefit from the resistance to tip cracking, indifference to humidity and heat, instant playability, and significantly longer reed life compared to the best cane reeds. Individual reed cases click together for secure storage. Strict non-toxic manufacturing process imposed and certified by the stringent standards of the European Union.
Also available for Bb Clarinet, Alto, Tenor and Baritone Saxophone
Trade Enquires Welcome

The People behind Bravo Reeds - In 1960, George Koregelos—equal parts musician, inventor and master craftsman, opened House of Woodwinds in Oakland, California. In a few short years, his talent as an instrument repair technician was attracting such world-renowned performers as Jean-Pierre Rampal, James Galway, Stan Getz, Lew Tabackin, and Richard Stolzman, to name just a few. From 1980 – 1995 he produced top-of-the-line hand crafted flutes in gold and silver.These instruments are now sought after by serious players and collectors.  But repairs were never enough to satisfy George. In time he invented such popular accessories as the H.W. Pad-Saver® and H.W. Brass-Saver® brush. George's agile and productive mind set ernestly upon the problem of synthetic reeds for woodwinds late in life. In conjunction with engineer-musician Shun-Hwa Chang, many formulas were tried and rejected until the perfect balance was reached.

Bravo Synthetic Reeds for Tenor Saxophone - Box of 5 Reeds

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