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I Play A Beechler Alto Inlay S7s(alto)and I Love The Sound.i Like The Altissimo And The Low Register But Sometimes The Medium Register Is Too Thin Bright And Without Body.is Very Hard For Me To Find The Right Reed.i Dont Know If A Reface Would Help.
 

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I Play A Beechler Alto Inlay S7s(alto)and I Love The Sound.i Like The Altissimo And The Low Register But Sometimes The Medium Register Is Too Thin Bright And Without Body.is Very Hard For Me To Find The Right Reed.i Dont Know If A Reface Would Help.
I recently switched from Meyer 7 small chamber to Beechler Diamond inlay S6S, and tried a couple of reeds that I had. I found the La Voz reeds works well with beechler diamond inlays, you can try it out. I use Medium-Soft La Voz and its great so far. Another option that I have is the Vandoren ZZ reeds 2.0 if I want to put more body in it and less edge, but the ease of blowing would have to suffer just a bit.
 

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I've had great luck w/ Javas on my diamond-inlay Beechler alto mpc. But, of course, its all personal....
 

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I am a "Vandoren fan", on my Beechler s6s i use ZZ (soft 3´s and hard 2,5´s). And I have tested the s6s with all types alto reeds Vandoren selles.
 
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