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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000064.txt from 2001/07

From: "Deb B" <>
Subj: Re: [kl] evolution reeds
Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2001 18:12:01 -0400

That's exactly what I found!! I recieved some trial Evolution Reeds through
the post, and I found that all three of them were playable. I've been using
a size 3 for just over a week (I think??) and it's been very impressive.

Originally, I was using the V12s, but I think I may invest in some
Evolutions. I find them much easier to play higher notes with better
intonation, and a fuller tone. They also produce a clearer sound throughout
and appear to be more reliable than the V12s. Therefore, there must be a
catch somewhere. Can anyone tell me how much they cost? I'm sure it's got to
be some ridiculous amount!!!

Em-does Jon stock them?


>From: stewart kiritz <

>>After learning about them on sneezy I just just tried some Rico Grand
>Concert Evolution reeds and was very impressed. Out of a box of 10 reeds 9
>seemed very playable. They are more consistent in strength than the Van
>Doren regulars I usual play on. They also seem to have an interesting
>characteristic, which may be peculiar to me, which is that it is much
>for me to go over the second break smoothly with them, say slurring from c3
>to d, e, or above. It takes less of a change of anything other than
>to cross the break so that it is virtually effortless. I think I'll play
>these for a while!
>Stewart Kiritz
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