Everybody has their own "best" way to care for reeds, but there are a couple things that everyone agrees on.
NEVER leave your reed on your mouthpiece. It will get unbelievably gross and not last very long. Always return your reed to a case (the case it came in or one of a million different kinds that you can buy).
Use several reeds in rotation, the more the better. If you play one reed at a time until it gives out, not only will it not last as long, but you won't have to panic if a reed breaks right before a concert.Answer 2(?)I usually have only 1 reed per sax at a time, for the main reason that reeds go softer, denser, and moldy depending on how much you use them. Dont leave a reed on ur sax, after a week it wont be possible to play it because there isn't any moisture.
I recommend using a reed guard or something like that, which is just a case, which doesnt let moisture escape.
If you ever break your reed b4 a concert or the like, just spend half a hour playing with it, or bend your reed, or if your really desperate, use some fine water resistant sanding paper.
There is no way to chose which saxophone is the best due to the wide range of saxophones. The first step is to chose what type, most people chose an alto saxophone. Then it depends on what type of music you are playing, but if you are looking for an all-around good Alto Saxophone the Yamaha-875EX (Custom) is one of the most popular. However, there are other great saxophones out there, so you'll need to decide which is best for you on your own.
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with lots of care
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ABSOLUTELY not. You should never soak any instrument in water, especially a saxophone. Although trombone players can run water through their slide to clean it up, a saxophone player doesn't have that luxury. A saxophone is a very complex instrument as I'm sure you already know. Saxophones are one of the more expensive instruments in the band, and they should be taken care of that way too. I'm sure you also know that saxophones have pads under the keys. Soaking these pads will ruin the saxophone either quickly or eventually. Getting pads replaced in a sax is a big expensive job. If you're looking to clean your saxophone, purchase a swab to push through it a couple of times. That is how we clean our saxes! Take care of the horn, it's the best instrument in the band. ; )
They are called woodwinds because of the reeds the reeds are made out of wood so therefore they are called woodwind instruments and brass instruments don't use use reeds so they are not woodwind instruments
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Keep it nice and moist
water them each day, and take good care of them, and they'll live.
The way that the saxophone makes a noise is when the player puts their mouth on the mouthpiece, and the reed vibrates, sending waves of air through the saxophone, making a sound. The different pitches of the saxophone, or the different notes are determined when the saxophone player presses down fingering, therefor making the instrument shorter or longer.
The same way you play a new one....
The best way to care for them is to remove the adults from the tank (as they will eat the eggs), and wait for them to hatch.
Kindness and positive reinforcement.
keep it clean and feed it everyday.
Bring them to a shelter where people will care for them
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