Legere

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Légère Reeds Ltd. was founded in 1998 by Mark Kortschot, Guy Légère. the business is situated in Barrie, Ontario, E. The official German representative is the business Musik Wein GmbH in Isernhagen (D).

Legere products are mainly made in Canada and France.

You can find 220 Legere products at Thomann 218 of them are ready for dispatch . Thomann has been selling Legere products since 2010.

At the moment you will find Legere top sellers in the following product categories Alto Saxophone Reeds, Reeds for oboe and English horn, Bassoon Reeds, Tenor Saxophone Reeds, Bass Clarinet Reeds (French) and Miscellaneous Reeds.

The current top seller amongst Legere products is the following item Legere Signature Alto Saxophone 2.0. This one here Legere Signature Alto Saxophone 2.5 is very popular as well, we have sold more than 3.000 pieces already.

The availability of Legere products sets a fine example with availability being 97%, it's above-average. 218 Legere products are in stock with us at the moment and can be shipped immediately or can be tested in our shop.

Legere equipment is used by many famous musicians amongst them are the following David Bourque, James Campbell, Steve Cohen, Chuck Combs, David Beecroft, Dave Pell and Hamiet Bliuett.

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Legere
  • Company Headquarters
    Spain
  • Manufacturer Ranking
    542
  • In Our Range Since
    2010
  • Products in Range
    220
  • Products in Stock
    218
  • Ø Availability (1 Year)
    96.77 %
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Legere American Cut Tenor Sax 2.0
Legere American Cut Tenor Sax 2.0
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I love the reed. I have used several synthetic reeds. Last one I used is the Signature. It is also a very good reed. What the American cut does better for me versus the Signature is how easier I can play the lower and altissimo tones. It is... Read report
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