Vandoren SR7025 Alto Sax V16 Reeds Strength 2.5; Box of 10 - 2021 report by Whydis

Vandoren SR7025 Alto Sax V16 Reeds Strength 2.5; Box of 10

Style:Strength 2.5 Launched in 1993 to answer the demand of some American jazz musicians (a JAVA with even more wood), the V16 has a thicker tip than the Traditional Vandoren reeds and a longer palette. The sound is more brilliant and more percussi...

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Quality

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Product

(2 reviews)
Durability

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Price

(2 reviews)
Grandson

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Rico

(1 reviews)
Son

(2 reviews)
Java

(1 reviews)
Sound

(5 reviews)
Box

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Reviews around quality (5.00 of 5)

  • It is very important to start your children out with very good quality reeds to give them the best shot towards success.
  • My son recomended,good quality, durability,high performance, good price,good for a great gift this holidays!!!
  • So I settled into 2.5's and these play nicely, with good tone and the quality is pretty consistent from reed to reed

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Reviews around product (5.00 of 5)

  • Vary fast shipping Quality product.
  • great product!!!He has been playing for a year and a half now... video attached.

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Reviews around durability (5.00 of 5)

  • My son recomended,good quality, durability,high performance, good price,good for a great gift this holidays!!!

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Reviews around price (5.00 of 5)

  • my grandson loves these reeds, and I love the price 1/2 of the price the band director charges
  • My son recomended,good quality, durability,high performance, good price,good for a great gift this holidays!!!

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Reviews around grandson (5.00 of 5)

  • my grandson loves these reeds, and I love the price 1/2 of the price the band director charges

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Reviews around rico (5.00 of 5)

  • I also recommend standard Rico for beginners.

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Reviews around son (5.00 of 5)

  • My son loves these reeds.
  • My 13 year old son is a saxophonist and he loves Vandoren!!!

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Reviews around java (5.00 of 5)

  • I would recommend the Java one though.

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Reviews around sound (3.86 of 5)

  • I bought these on the recommendation that they provide a better sound for more intimate settings (cafes, lounges, smaller rooms)
  • and I was very pleased with the dark and subtle sound I received from this style
  • A sweet sound for concert band that can also work for big band if needed

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Reviews around box (3.44 of 5)

  • These reeds didn't come in the humidity sealed package, the box was too dark of a green, they didn't have the serial number on each reed (Older vandorens and sample vandorens from the sample pack don't have this, but still), the logo on the bottom was stamped on instead of branded in, and the wood was grey in some areas on the butt of the reed
  • This box seems a little 'green" but the reeds still work fine after a little break in.
  • Seriously a great box of jazz reeds ,but i highly recommend the standard blue box for classical

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More about Vandoren SR7025 Alto Sax V16 Reeds Strength 2.5; Box of 10

  • Style:Strength 2.5 Launched in 1993 to answer the demand of some American jazz musicians (a JAVA with even more wood), the V16 has a thicker tip than the Traditional Vandoren reeds and a longer palette
  • The sound is more brilliant and more percussive and particularly well adapted to all new styles of music.