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AlanU

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Thanks Chris, I did a search before asking, but nothing came up.
I don't like playing scaffold boards, so I'll miss.
 

kevgermany

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I can't compare, cos I havent tried internet reeds own brand, but Flying Goose are also rather plank like.
 

singlereed

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They are awful. I have tried various strengths and they were all stuffy and very inconsistent - this was on alto sax. I was disappointed, there is something nice in the sound but I just couldn't get them to play properly without extensive adjustment. There was a review in the CASS magazine that said the same thing. Shame, I wanted to like them as they are British and much cheaper than other makes.
 

MartinL

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They are awful. I have tried various strengths and they were all stuffy and very inconsistent - this was on alto sax. I was disappointed, there is something nice in the sound but I just couldn't get them to play properly without extensive adjustment. There was a review in the CASS magazine that said the same thing. Shame, I wanted to like them as they are British and much cheaper than other makes.
I've just thrown my last free one out.. disappointed and I so wanted to like them too.
 

alex77

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Internetreeds -

Hello, and Happy New Year!

Has anyone here tried www.internetreeds.com ?
They only sell their own brand, but alto reeds are £7.50 for a box of ten, for example.

Thanks
Recommended to me so I tried them. I'm now on my second pack. Don't get many more from pack than other brands. However, price compensates.
 

littleplum

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Hi Alex

What strength are you using in comparison to your old brand and which type of sax do you play on. I had the free ones and found them hard, but would be interested if the right strength could be found.
 
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