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 Re: double lip embouchure and soft reeds
Author: Tom Puwalski 
Date:   2018-01-15 05:19

I have found that most people on clarinet and Saxophone are playing reeds that are too hard and they do things with their embouchure to “make it work”. I play on an “M15” type mouthpiece, close and long, and I use a D’Addario 3 or 3.5 depending on the weather and the type of music I’m playing.

Watch Tom Ridenour’s videos on “learning double lip”. You might jut find that you will like playing a softer reed.

Tom Puwalski, Yamaha and D’Addario performing Artist former principal Clarinetist of the U.S.Army Field Band, author of “The Clarinetists Guide to Klezmer” and “klezmer Basic Training” Play along CD.

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