Here it is – You found it, at last! – Saxophonists and Clarinetists!
The ReedFile(tm) is quite simply the best tool a saxophonist or clarinetist can own. Having the right tools for the job is half the battle.
For the Serious Saxophonist or Clarinetist: 90% success rate on all reeds in a box!
Put an end to stuffy-tone produced from reeds that don’t seal.
Recommended by Bob Ackerman, of the Saxophone Journal (Nov 2000 issue)!
Used by the Pro’s including Don Sinta, James Houlik, and Pat LaBarbera, and so many more…
All members of the Royal City Saxophone Quartet have used the Reed File for over 25 years to ensure they get the most performance out of every reed.
The ReedFile is a flat metal file, seven inches (7″ = 177mm) long and one inch wide with curved teeth (8TPI) angled to “plane” the table of the reed to be perfectly flat.
Remember: sandpaper and glass only make the reed smooth — not flat! Just ask any carpenter!: you use a plane to make wood flat, and sandpaper to make it smooth. When you try a reed right from the box, there are really only a few symptoms that will produce a less-than-desirable tone, and the ReedFile can help eliminate the most common problems:
How to order:
The ReedFile is only for the serious woodwind player who wants to save money on reeds, and with a little patience as you “carpenter your reed”, you can make “almost every reed work”. The ReedFile is provided with a 30-day money back guarantee. If you’re not satisfied that you can make more reeds work with the ReedFile, we’ll gladly refund your payment less $10 as a re-stocking charge for undamaged goods.
Please note: ReedFiles are made of steel that can become blemished over time as they age and they are not stainless steel. Slight imperfections or discolorations may exist in product as delivered due to the nature of the material. No warranties, express or implied.
Please call us at 519-846-9663 if you have any questions about this product.
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