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Rico Grand Concert Select Evolution Bb Clarinet Reeds, Strength

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Rico Grand Concert Select Evolution Bb Clarinet Reeds, Strength

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Product description

Size:Strength 2.5

Product Description

The Evolution reed features more material in the heart for a pure, warm and transparent tone quality, stable and consistent from pianissimo to fortissimo, in all registers. The revolutionary cut provides unrivaled flexibility for precise articulation and interval changes. Grand Concert Select offers unparalleled reed-to-reed consistency with unprecedented longevity.

•More wood in the heart for better projection
•Premium cane for longevity
•Thicker tip for easy articulation
•Unfiled for more centered, compact sound
•Lower side rails for balanced response with the thicker heart

At its San Fernando Valley facility, Rico has a state-of-the-art reed research center, and employs the collaboration of agronomists, scientists, and musicians to produce top-quality reeds that include Rico Reserve premium reeds for clarinet and saxophone. Rico reeds are designed to benefit all levels of musicians from the beginner to the seasoned professional. Many of the world's finest clarinetists and saxophonists use Rico brand reeds, such as Anthony McGill, Mark Nuccio, Jessica Phillips, Jerry Bergonzi, Chris Potter, Benny Golson, Ernie Watts, Bob Sheppard, Walter Boeykens, Seiji Yokokawa, Philippe Geiss, Diastema Saxophone Quartet, and many more. For more information, visit RicoReeds.com

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"p"The Grand Concert Select Evolution Bb clarinet reeds in strength 2.5 feature a traditional tip combined with a thicker blank and heavier spine allowing for more body to the attack and more resonance in the sound.

"p"The Grand Concert Select family of reeds offer a pure, warm tone quality that is stable and consistent from pianissimo to fortissimo, in all registers. The revolutionary cut provides unrivaled flexibility for precise articulation and interval changes. Grand Concert Select pairs unparalleled reed-to-reed consistency with unprecedented longevity.

"p"Since the acquisition of Rico by D'Addario amp; Co., Rico has strengthened its position as the global leader in woodwind reeds and accessories. Rico's state-of-the-art reed research center in Southern California employs a collaboration of agronomists, scientists, and musicians to produce top-quality reeds, including Rico Reserve premium reeds for clarinet and saxophone. Rico reeds are designed to benefit all levels of musicians, from the beginner to the seasoned professional. Many of the world's finest woodwind players perform with Rico reeds, such as Mark Nuccio, Jerry Bergonzi, Chris Potter, Benny Golson, Ernie Watts, Bob Sheppard, Henri Bok, Richie Hawley, Eric Alexander, and many more.

Rico Grand Concert Select Evolution Bb Clarinet Reeds, Strength

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