Vandoren Tenor Saxophone Reed SR723 V16 nº 3

The Vandoren V16 tenor saxophone reeds were released in 1993 to meet the demand of some American jazz musicians. They are JAVA reeds with even more wood. The V16 has a thicker tip than traditional Vandoren picks and a longer tongue. The sound is open, particularly well suited to all new styles of music.

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  • Reference: Vandoren SR723 V16
  • Instrument: tenor saxophone
  • Hardness: 3
  • These picks were designed to meet the needs of jazz musicians.
  • The reed has a thicker tip than traditional reeds.
  • Allows for an open and percussive sound
  • The indicated price corresponds to one unit.

The French company Vandoren, founded in 1905, quickly became the leader in reeds, mouthpieces and accessories for clarinet and saxophone, currently exporting 9/10 of its production to more than 100 countries, thanks to its know-how and an always up-to-date demand.

It is a family business, founded by Eugène Van Doren, soloist in the Colonne Concertos, continued by his clarinetist son Robert Van Doren and later by Bernard Van Doren, its current president.
Reed, the raw material for Vandoren's production, is a 100% natural plant grown in the company's sugarcane fields located in southern France, supplying most of the raw material needs.

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