BARI Synthetic Clarinet Reed, Medium Soft

Item # RE085CMS
| Mfg # BRCLMS
| UPC # 874314000403
Our Price: $8.88
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Bari reeds are synthetic and made from a special formula that absorbs a certain percentage of moisture and always remains constant in that it cannot warp or squeak. These reeds are not to be confused with anything you have ever experienced in a molded plastic reed. All reeds are machined, just like cane, and are 100% consistent.
  • Brilliant and vibrant sound
  • Great projection and focus
  • Immediate response
  • Graded in soft, medium and hard for Bb and bass clarinet, soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophone


Strengths:
Soft (2.0-2.5)
Medium Soft (2.5 -3.0)
Medium (3.0-3.5)
Medium Hard (3.5-4.0)
Hard (4.0-4.5)
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We will be glad to help facilitate the repair or replacement as specified by the manufacturer. The manufacturer will determine whether the defect is covered under their warranty; we do not make that determination.

Please note: U.S.-based manufacturers WILL NOT honor warranties for items sold and shipped outside the U.S. Also, if a school, school district, or board of education purchases an instrument and resells it to an individual, the manufacturer considers the warranty to be void. Warranties are extended only to the original purchaser!

All warranties, stated or implied are held with the product manufacturer and they vary from item to item. Consult the documentation that came with your product for details in addition to the information below.
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Bari began with one man's mission to achieve a unique sound. Wolfe Taninbaum, the designer of the original Bari reeds and mouthpieces, was a musician who played under the stage name of Wolfe Tayne. After years of trying to perfect cane reeds, he turned to synthetics and in 1952 developed his first synthetic reed. It was the first one to gain acceptance from some of the world's top musicians.