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 ALTA Silverstein reeds
Author: musica 
Date:   2016-12-07 07:40

So anyone tried these new reeds yet? Reviews?

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 Re: ALTA Silverstein reeds
Author: cigleris 
Date:   2016-12-07 21:18

They are not available yet. I was one of the Silverstein artists sent samples to provide feedback on. I'm quite looking forward to the finished product.

Peter Cigleris

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 Re: ALTA Silverstein reeds
Author: Tom Piercy 
Date:   2016-12-08 18:27

Available online:


Tom Piercy

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 Re: ALTA Silverstein reeds
Author: dorjepismo 2017
Date:   2016-12-08 19:33

Gotta love their marketing. If you play a reed with a profound core, you'll never sound frivolous again! You can subscribe instead of simply buying some reeds, and receive--what, Reeds as a Service (RaaS)? Still, they're probably pretty good. Any idea who their German manufacturer is? They don't look like Steuers, so maybe AW? Leuthner and Pilgerstorfer are Austrian.

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 Re: ALTA Silverstein reeds
Author: AAAClarinet 
Date:   2016-12-09 00:37

I've been unable to order. No matter what combination I try, it says unavailable choose a different combination.


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 Re: ALTA Silverstein reeds
Author: LeeClarinetist 
Date:   2017-02-08 05:36

The ALTA Silverstein reeds are officially on the market. I for one, have optimistic thoughts for these reeds. I have bought 1 box of size 3 reeds, and unfortunately they were too soft. I play on a d'Addario reserve classic 3+ and a Legere European Signature 4 1/4 and 4 1/2 if that helps anyone. I ordered another box of 3.5 that should be arriving in the mail in a couple of days. So I will hopefully be able to comment on the reeds in a couple days. But what I experienced from the 3s even being too soft was enough to convince me to try the 3.5s.

P.S. If you are going to lay down the cash for a box of these and you are not one hundred percent sure about the strength buy the sample pack. You get a couple reeds of strengths from 3-4 and from what I have noticed is these reeds are pretty consistent. So you should get a reliable take from the strengths you end up liking.

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 Re: ALTA Silverstein reeds
Author: larryb 
Date:   2017-02-08 05:54

The video made me sad.

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 Re: ALTA Silverstein reeds
Author: donald 
Date:   2017-02-08 10:20

Post Edited (2017-02-08 13:07)

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 Re: ALTA Silverstein reeds
Author: Vubble3 
Date:   2018-01-12 19:34

Good and consistent reeds, just wished that they last longer like the vandorens and leuthners. Bit too soft so you may need to go a size higher.

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