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Vandoren LC21P Leather Ligature and Plastic Cap for Bb Clarinet with 3 Interchangeable Pressure Plates
- Quick and precise tightening
- Expression with freedom
- Pressure plates and cap available as replacements
- Comes with three pressure plates designed to customize your playing
- Made from high impact plastic
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Genuine leather and handcrafted finish, combined with the Optimum adjustment screw, this ligatures creates a warm, round sound. Includes 3 interchangeable pressure plates.
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They swap out with a velcro backing. Something I wondered about when looking at the pictures.. It seems to hold them securely while clamping down.
What I like about this particular lig, when compared to the other's I've tried is it's clamping pressure is insanely even, and because of the material it's made from, doesn't mar the mouth piece.
The screw mechanism tightens from both sides simultaneously, synching evenly, when so many others seem to tighten from one side or the other.
This means no reed slippage at all, and a really satisfying creak as it tightens.. The reed is held insanely firmly, and because, again it's materials are so sturdy, you don't have that feeling that a twist on the mouthpiece is going to bend anything.
It's rock solid.
I paired mine with the Vandoren AL4 mouthpiece, and the fit was perfect with a 2.5 reed.
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The item itself is good but not as great as all the hype. I can hear the difference between the inserts. So it does make a difference. As for playability, i am struggling with how tight or loose to have it. It feels like I am overtightening it while winding it tighter but then when I go to play, the read moves side to side and it really loose. So I am still figuring it out. It is the right size for my mouthpuece etc, it may just be that I am taking longer to adapt having never used anything but the standard metal lig that came with the instrument or a leather bootlace. It takes longer to wind a bootlace on and keep the reed in place without damaging it but I actually think I prefer it to this. That surprises me! Maybe I just got used to my 'poor persons' ligature?! Lol