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Pereira 3D Ligature


The world’s first 3D printed clarinet ligature. Available for E-flat, B-flat, and Bass clarinet in 8 stunning colors.



The world’s first 3D printed ligature! Designed from a flexible polyurethane filament, these ligatures allow the flexible response and “feel” from fabric ligatures but without overly dampening the sound. Pereira 3D Ligatures have balance points on the sides of the reed as well as two “shields” behind the single screw on the front of the ligature to enhance response and reduce slippage.

Our ligatures are designed for the screw to be on the front of the mouthpiece, although experimentation is welcome. Due to the nature of the material, the player should experiment with tightness of the screw to find a “sweet spot” for their desired response.

Available in 8 colors and in Bb, Eb and Bass Clarinet sizes (Saxophone models will be added soon). Mouthpiece cap is also included.

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B-Flat Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, E-flat Clarinet


Black, Blue, Clear, Green, Orange, Purple, Red, Yellow

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Pereira 3D manufactures professional barrels, bells, and ligatures for the clarinet through 3D printing technology using new and unique materials such as polymer-based synthetics, polyurethane, woods, and metals.

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Eric Salazar

    I was at Clarinetfest 2017…. I was saving up for my wedding. I had RESOLVED to not buy a darn thing from the vendors, because I needed to save up for wedding expenses. When I walked past the Pereira 3D booth, I was amazed by the 3D printing machine. I thought to myself “Well, I might as well try this… it’s green! How can I resist?” Well, somehow this $25 ligature works better for me than my $80 Vandoren Optimum, so I bought it and switched ligatures.

    I have found that this ligature has taken me to the next level of articulation. There’s just something about the design and material that has allowed me to expand my articulatory pallet. I feel like it set me free, which allowed me to put in the work to take me to new heights of articulation precision and variety. It just really works for me.

    Plus, the lime green color of my ligature has made me appear more unique (visually). I play most often as a soloist and chamber musician, so in the competitive market of “creating your own gigs” it really does help to stand out. If the colors scare you, just get the black one – trust me it’s worth it.

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