Kenneth TSL1 Tenor Saxophone LigatureRegular price 350.00 ฿ Save Liquid error (product-template line 120): Computation results to '-Infinity'%
Kenneth TSL1 Tenor Saxophone Ligature
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The ligature is the device that holds the saxophone reed to the mouthpiece. The ligature unleashes the reed’s energy to enhance your playing experience and musical expression. To function properly, a reed must vibrate evenly from one side to the other. This ligature is designed and formed to gracefully follow the contours of your mouthpiece for a perfect fit.
A ligature is a device which holds a reed onto the mouthpiece of a single-reed instrument such as a saxophone or clarinet. The ligature must secure the reed firmly against the table of the mouthpiece while allowing it to vibrate freely. The earliest ligatures were lengths of string wrapped over the reed and tied. Iwan Müller invented a metal ligature to replace twine. String is still used by clarinetists, especially in Germany. Modern German mouthpieces have a groove cut into the outside of the mouthpiece to facilitate wrapping with a string ligature. Some modern clarinetists even opt to use shoestring as a ligature substitute as it is more easily adjustable than string. Other modern clarinetists use electrical tape as a ligature.