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 Re: Plastic vs Cane faceoff
Author: Burt 
Date:   2018-01-25 02:38

I used 120 grit sandpaper on a standard Signature reed, taking it from 3.75 to appx. 3.25. It plays as well as my new 3.25, both to me as player, and on recordings. The sanded area looks rough (I suppose using finer grits would change the appearance); that's how I will tell the two reeds apart when the labels fall off.

I also used 120 grit on an old Legere (Quebec cut?) whose label had fallen off a long time ago. This reed is now playable.

So far, I have not found Legere tenor sax reeds as good as LaVoz medium hard.

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