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Clarinet reeds are made of cane, which is a type of plant with woody stalks. The cane is cut and processed to create the small wooden pieces we know as clarinet reeds.
Clarinet reeds should be changed when they are no longer feeling or sounding good. Often 2-4 weeks is a good rule of thumb to check on your reed and assure it’s not too brittle, overly flexible, or generally not responding well.
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