Every saxophone needs a reed. There is no way around it. A saxophone reed is essential for making a sound of any kind, and every saxophonist, at one point or another, will have a favorite brand, size, and style. Whether you play the tenor sax, the… Read More »A Simple Guide to Saxophone Reeds
Granger Talley, has been a musician for over ten years! He started playing saxophone in middle/high school sometime around 2007 and continued his musical pursuits through college! He specialized in all things saxophone, but can also play piano, guitar, he can sing and has been dabbling in learning how to beatbox. He now spends most of the time learning the ins and outs of digital music production, creating content, and working as a musician freelance.
Whether you’re a dedicated classical flutist or a “smooth sax sommelier”, learning the basics of improvisation can be not only fun but also very useful to those wishing to better understand their instruments. Creating melodies on your own instead of reading them off of a… Read More »Instrumental Improvisation – Beginner’s Guide
No matter what your style, alto to soprano or bass, beginner to pro, or on a budget flush with cash, picking the right saxophone mouthpiece for your instrument is always important! As much important as deciding on your best choices for alto saxophones. It makes a… Read More »Beginner Saxophone Mouthpieces – Alto, Tenor, and Baritone Options