You don’t know which model might be suitable for your playing manner?
Get in touch with us, we’ll be happy to advise you!
Sometimes it just takes a little bit of information on your current set up to find out what is your ideal mouthpiece/reed combination...
Siegfried Schenner (Principal Clarinet, ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Vienna):
"In the search for the ideal sound you made a significant step in the right direction. Thank you NICK + PIERRE for your infinite energy and will for continuous further development."
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before making a decision?
Make an appointment and come to visit us in our "Center of Excellence"
- you can then test and try all our storing products and benefit from our professional advice!
If a personal visit isn’t an option for you, we can also send you a consignment on approval
- for more information on please read our GT&C’s
Ernst Ottensamer (Principal Clarinet, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra):
„I think that with the models we now have, a huge leap in quality has been set because we finally reached a stability which isn´t depending on a living and therefore changing material such as a wooden reed anymore!”
Ernst Ottensamer with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and Christian Thilemann, 6.Symphony of Ludwig van Beethoven
Not only Ernst Ottensamer but also his two sons Daniel and Andreas Ottensamer trust in PlayEasy since 2009!
Daniel Ottensamer (Principal Clarinet, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra):
“For me the biggest benefit of the PlayEasy system is that you hardly need to worry about the uncertainty factor “reed” anymore – due to the stability of the synthetic reeds you can concentrate on what´s really important, actually making music. During practice as well as in concert there’s just no more trouble with the material!”
Andreas Ottensamer (Principal Clarinet, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra & "Deutsche Grammophon-Artist"):
"The Kückmeier/Légère Material has added a new perspective to the clarinet world. Playing on it has made it possible for me to fathom an entirely new dimension of performance."