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Great buy!I have 6 kids in band, and combined, they play ten different instruments. So I am thrilled to be able to buy these on Amazon at this price. Reeds add up! These are nearly double this price locally. These are excellent quality as well and the band teacher recommends them!5There's a reason why these are only $21 - MEH.They're just meh. If you just want inexpensive reeds, then go for it. But if you're wanting more depth and warmth in your sound you're better off going with the V12, V21, or another brand altogether (D'Addario Reserve Classic are awesome). A lot of my students play on them because they are recommended by their band directors, so I bought a box recently to see if they've changed at all since I last used them (which was high school, many moons ago), and I was NOT impressed. I still find them to be bright and lacking depth, and not to mention wildly inconsistent. I'm a professional player and I also do a lot of private teaching, and I find that when I get my students to switch off of these reeds and onto another type, their sound and control immediately improves, and they get more playable and consistent reeds out of the box. There's a reason they're $21 when other reed types are upwards of $30. You get what you pay for.2Gotta Work on ThemI buy reeds constantly as a clarinet player in college. Get some sandpaper. You'll need it to actually get these reeds to work and sound great FOR YOU. I only get 1 out of an entire box that is playable right out of the box for me. I have to work on all the others.4Best reeds in the world.I switched to Vandoren from Rico Royal after a few years of playing. The price can be shocking to a beginning player. But you really do get your money's worth. A Rico box of 10 might include 3-5 good reeds, the rest you end up just throwing away. But in a box of Vandoren, having one bad one is less likely to happen. In 3 boxes, I've only had one I had to toss. The quality of these reeds is also way better than Rico; they really help produce a richer tone. Buying them on Amazon allows me to buy them at a more affordable price and still get my top quality reeds. Would definitely recommend this to all clarinet players.5Try These Before You Commit to Any Other ReedI have played the clarinet for fifty-five years. I have tried every combination of mouthpiece and reed imaginable. I own the VanDoren M13, M15, 5RV Lyre, a Chedeville refaced by Victor Krass, and a Frank Kaspar (Cicero, IL) also refaced by Victor Krass. I had been playing V12's on one or more of the Van Doren mouthpieces for years. I then started experimented with the so-call new reeds, the V21 and Rue Lepics. I fix reeds using the Ridenour system. My clarinets are R13's, one played by Paul Schaller in the Detroit Symphony from about 1955-1970, and a second bought in Boulder in 2000. I have barrels and bells from Wesley Rice, who recently overhauled both instruments. I asked my clarinet guru and teacher (who studied with Harold Wright) what reed he played, and he said, the traditional. I then decided to try a box of Van Doren 3.5 reeds, which I have not played for years. At least with the Chedeville, they blew the other reeds away. I am now ready to throw all of the other boxes out. Maybe they will work with other combinations and they certainly may work for other expert players, but right now the traditional cut is for me.5Good sound qualityMy son has been playing clarinet for 5 years. He is playing symphonic and marching bands. These reeds are harder and it's more for a higher level. It's more challenge and better sound quality. No complaints so far.5Good product if the can keep them consistentThe consistency in quality has declined in the past year. The last box we purchased was only half good. They are now only available thru third party sellers which takes longer to get and most charge shipping.4Expensive but worth every penny.On my personal opinion, this is the best reed for me. It s not cheap but definitely top quality.Makes the sound really sound what it sounds like.I would definitely recommend this.5Much better that the other brandMy son uses this product, and he plays a lot on his clarinet so he could hear the difference between this and the other cheaper brand out here. He said that other product does not sound good when he gets to the higher notes and this one could. It is much less expensive here that Samash or any other retail store and it is the legit item. I hope this is helpful to anybody and enjoy your day.5SuperbThis is my daughters favorite red since she started band in the 6th grade, she is now a 9th grader and has made all county band, all district band, and many other great achievements using these reeds.5
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Vandoren CR1035 Bb Clarinet Traditional Reeds Strength 3.5; Box of 10