C37DC49C-F25F-46D8-A1C8-2F6F49D55BF4 Created with sketchtool. FIND A STORE +
US Dollars USD
Or Players Circle Points
CAN Dollars
GB Pounds
US Dollars


Spend 35.0 more for FREE Standard Shipping


How long do saxophone reeds last?

Generally, you should replace your saxophone reed every 2-4 weeks. It’s best to pay attention to signs like if the reed is too brittle or too moist, cracked, chipped, or generally not responding well to know when exactly to change your saxophone reed.


What are saxophone reeds made of?

Saxophone reeds are made of cane, which is a plant with a hollow stem. The cane wood is cut and shaved precisely to make the reed.


What strength reed is good for beginner saxophone?

Most beginners will find it easier to play a thinner reed, since thinner reeds are easier to make vibrate. So a 2.0 or 2.5 strength reed should work well for beginners.