Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

Vientos Bambú Hand-Woven Ligature

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Description

Bambú’s hand-woven ligatures are handmade with highly-resistant synthetic fibres. The weaving process used for their fabrication guarantees that they will never stretch. The fibres are 100% synthetic, and it is for this reason that these ligatures are long-lasting and easy to clean.This product has been designed in order to offer the possibility of adjusting the pressure of the ligature in the most convenient way for each user. Their adjustable system also provides an easy placement on the mouthpiece and fixes the reed perfectly to fit each musician’s preferences.

Available in 11 colors (including “Clarineat” purple!) and for E-flat Clarinet (also fits Soprano Sax) B-flat clarinet, and Bass Clarinet (also fits Bari sax), Alto, and Tenor Saxophone!

Additional information

Weight .08 kg
Dimensions 6 x 4 x 6 cm
Instrument

B-Flat Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, E-flat Clarinet, Alto Sax, Tenor Sax

Color

Black, Burgundy, Red, Navy Blue, Sapphire Blue, Orange, Silver, Olive Green, Midnight Green, Bright Green, "Clarineat" Purple, Rainbow, Pink (Limited)

4 reviews for Vientos Bambú Hand-Woven Ligature

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Andrew Vu Nguyen

    At first, it was a pain to figure out how to adjust the string ligature, since I’ve never dealt with string ligatures in my life. However, after a few emails with Sean, I managed to adjust it to fit my bass clarinet mouthpiece, and wow was I blown away! My impression of how this ligature sounds is that it is much warmer/darker than most other ligatures on the market. This ligature may not be for you if you strive for the brightest tone possible. It also responds marvelously, as playing the bass clarinet generally felt more free, with the articulation having also been freed up. I have two minor annoyances with the ligature, however. There are no clear instructions that came with the ligature that shows how to adjust it. I had to contact Sean myself, and then skip around to the section of the podcast in which it is discussed how to adjust the ligature. Not the most efficient process. In addition, there is no cap for the ligature. Although it’s not the end of the world that there is no cap, it would have been very nice to have one when the performer requires it.

    • Sean Perrin

      Thank you for your review Andrew!

      I think I have found a ligature cap that will work great for these, and I’m going to look in to stocking them in the store for future customers. It’s called the Omicap by Silverstein.

      If you’re interested in purchasing this right away, please see here: Silverstein OmniCap

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Carlos Hamilton (verified owner)

    This was love at first play, wow, it was beautiful when i try this ligature on my clarinet, you can feel the reed vibrating more freely, but this comes with better sound and volume and less errors, the first time that i use it i was guessing a little on how to use it properly, but is simple, this act like a corset that the women use to look better, so simple, i do recommend it with all my heart.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Bernice Maslan

    I got my beautiful red ligature and first played it backwards until I studied the pictures. I used to use a string ligature all the time and like the sound quality. I prefer this Bambu ligature over a Pyne string ligature, partly because of the possibility for tightening it. It also works with the mouthpiece cap from a Rovner ligature. In short, I like this ligature a lot and find it easy to use. I will probably get more.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Delfina Vandoni

    Cuando me entere que existían estas abrazaderas quise una al instante. Me encantaron. Seria un placer lucir una en mi clarinete

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