Reeds for Days

2020-01-24

D’Addario will provide you with every type of reed you need for all occasions.

D’Addario is a company that is committed to sustainability while providing musicians with the most innovative musical accessories in the world. They are interested in exploring different materials and products to exceed the expectations of their customers.

Rico by D'Addario

If you are a beginner or educator, you should check out the Rico by D’Addario reeds. These reeds feature an unfiled cut for added support. The Rico reeds are suitable for clarinets as well as saxophones. They are perfect for music educators or for music school use.

Rico by D'Addario soprano sax reeds - $7.25 to $52.84 at Dillon Music

Rico by D'Addario alto sax reeds - $7.65 to $53.87 at Dillon Music

Rico by D'Addario tenor sax reeds - $9.75 to $74.90 at Dillon Music

Rico by D'Addario baritone sax reeds - $11.68 to $95.93 at Dillon Music

Royal by D'Addario

Beginning and advancing players prefer Royal by D’Addario reeds. The reeds feature a filed cut for additional tone and clarity. They use a traditional blank and profile which allows them to respond easily. Like the Rico reeds, they are also suitable for music educators or for music school use.

Royal by D'Addario soprano sax reeds - $22.32 at Dillon Music

Royal by D'Addario alto sax reeds - $25.91 at Dillon Music

Royal by D'Addario tenor sax reeds - $32.50 at Dillon Music

Royal by D'Addario baritone sax reeds - $43.00 at Dillon Music

La Voz

If you are a jazz musician looking for a full tone, then you could check out the La Voz reeds. These reeds are mainly used by jazz musicians because of their powerful tone and flexibility. They are crafted with D’Addario’s engineered reed-making technology. They feature a well-balanced profile and stronger spine; this gives you a full tone. They are ideal for jazz, rock, and educational or school music.

La Voz soprano sax reeds - $23.35 at Dillon Music

La Voz alto sax reeds - $25.91 at Dillon Music

La Voz tenor sax reeds - $32.02 at Dillon Music

La Voz baritone sax reeds - $45.14 at Dillon Music

Plasticover

If you would like a brilliant projecting tone, you should choose the Plasticover reeds. These reeds are suitable for multiple music styles. They’re especially favored by rock and pop performers, latin jazz artists, and with jazz musicians in general. The coated cane reed is ideal for quick instrument changes and enduring the greatest possible weather changes. They are ideal for jazz, outdoor marching, and rock music.

Plasticover soprano sax reeds - $18.35 at Dillon Music

Plasticover alto sax reeds - $19.25 at Dillon Music

Plasticover tenor sax reeds - $25.91 at Dillon Music

Plasticover baritone sax reeds - $36.68 at Dillon Music

Frederick L. Hemke

A wide variety of musicians prefer the Frederick L. Hemke reeds because of their filed, thinner tip and shorter vamp. Beginners and seasoned performers are both able to attain a warm, sophisticated tone with these reeds. They are ideal for jazz, classical, and educational or school music.

Hemke soprano sax reeds - $11.68 at Dillon Music

Hemke alto sax reeds - $12.96 at Dillon Music

Hemke tenor sax reeds - $17.44 at Dillon Music

Hemke baritone sax reeds - $22.57 at Dillon Music

¡La consistencia y la calidad de las cañas Hemke son inigualables!

— Kenny G

Reserve

If you are looking for a reed for classical or chamber music, the Reserve reeds are perfect because of their dynamic flexibility. These reeds also feature an exceptional warm tone quality when you play them due to their long vamp profile. These filed reeds have a traditional tip to give you an ease of articulation and response. They are ideal for classical, chamber, and experimental or new music.

Reserve soprano sax reeds

Reserve alto sax reeds - $12.95 to $28.95 at Dillon Music

Reserve tenor sax reeds - $17.50 to $20.52 at Dillon Music

Reserve baritone sax reeds - $34.95 at Dillon Music

With all of these options for reeds, you will easily find the perfect reed that will suit your playing style and ability.