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Reed Case (and Reed Numbering) Stickers

Reed Case (and Reed Numbering) Stickers

Reeds need to know who's boss. These stickers help sort your reeds into one of four categories: Reeds that are great, reeds that need work, reeds that are resistant to change, and reeds that might soon need to meet a harsh end on a music stand.

These clear vinyl stickers affix to just about any reed case you have.

But here's the super cool thing: you also get 20 small vinyl stickers that you can use to keep track of which reed is which — numbered from A1-A10, and B1-B10, you can easily rotate reeds and be sure you've got the right one(s) on stage with you at any time. Why leave that to chance?

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Here’s a zoom-in of a cool feature: In addition to the snarky case stickers, you also get 20 small vinyl stickers that you can use to keep track of which reed is which — numbered from A1-A10, and B1-B10. Now you can easily rotate reeds, and be sure you’ve got the right one(s) with you when you need them! Why leave that to chance?

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Norbert Herber

Thanks Michael for sharing your reed methodology! This bag (+ humidity pack + thin sharpie to label the reed's heel) is truly transformative. I made it through tumultuous spring weather with great reeds every day.

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Matthew Hartson

Love the products but the best part is all the little quirky bits of personality! Love it.

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Juan Guzman

Great bags! Nice and thick I use it to store the cane reeds I am breaking in. Fits great inside a bam case. Also everyone gets a nice laugh at the reeds that don't suck.

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Sara Morgan

Brilliant. What a great idea. Thank you!!!!

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Juan Guzman

I play on legere reeds. I though this would've been good to organize them. Because believe it or not even legeres play different. They work really well for my cane reeds. But they don't stick as well onto the synthetics. They've fallen off a couple times in between switching from Bb to A. As for the cane reeds you need a case in which to store them because keeping them in the individual holders will get rid of the sticky.