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  1. Clarinet
    New case for bass, soprano clarinet mouthpieces and barrels. The egg carton foam holds mouthpieces in place and blocks any movement when the case is closed. This case fits 10 bass mouthpieces or 15 soprano clarinet mouthpieces. Of course, you can mix them. The box frame is in Mahogany...
  2. Cases
    I recently bought a P. Mauriat System 76 Alto Sax, and I love everything about it, except for the case. Don't get me wrong, the case is built like a tank, there is just almost no storage space for reeds, neck straps, swabs, etc. I would like to know if anyone has found a case Cover for this case...
  3. Reeds
    So... I've seen a lot of weird things about how to keep a reed in the perfect playable state for a long time. Mostly home remedies like: To microwave it and dry the spit out and start over, or keep them in a jar of water like David Sanborn does or even soak them in vinegar or coffee (the physics...
  4. Misc. Saxophone Discussion
    If your axe can fit in the overhead compartment, the FAA says it's a carry-on. Don't let the Airline bully you around and charge for cartage.
  5. Reeds
    Hello everyone, I recently started noticing a problem with my reeds that's not necessarily harming my sound, it's just something i need to know more about. On the back the of the reed that I was playing earlier today, there is mold, specifically in the place where the reed is on the table of the...
  6. Reeds
    What are your thoughts on reed cases? Improve the response or a complete waste of time and money? I've been using the Rico reed case with the 'Reed Vitalizer' on my alto and soprano reeds for some time now and I was quite pleased that I was able to practically pull a reed out of the case and it...
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