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Product Reviews , February 27th, 2010 06:57 pm
By: Ian Richmond(Piper ) Read my other reviews
I bought one of these to keep my personal reeds (as opposed to the band's reeds) in playing condition. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to close tightly enough, which causes the moisturizing material to dry out very quickly. Also, the method of holding the reed is not very secure. The little plastic pegs are even too thick for some reed staples. On the whole, I have not found it a very satisfactory way to store reeds.

Another must have, September 1st, 2010 12:37 pm
By: Sue Brannon
Again I insist that my students keep this in the pipe case for the back up reeds. Until the new device was provided, I just had a large rubber band around the case to insure it stayed closed and did the job it was designed to do. The case seems to work for all the type of reeds I've used.

A Must Have, October 7th, 2010 03:28 pm
By: John Bergen
These are great, in particular with the new clip. Keeps safe, hydrated and ready to use.

A Must Have, October 7th, 2010 03:28 pm
By: John Bergen
These are great, in particular with the new clip. Keeps safe, hydrated and ready to use.

A Must Have, October 7th, 2010 03:28 pm
By: John Bergen
These are great, in particular with the new clip. Keeps safe, hydrated and ready to use.

Always Ready To Go, April 20th, 2012 07:12 pm
By: iain McLaughlin(Piper ) Read my other reviews
Nice to have a few reeds ready to use at any time. Saves time getting the pipes from the case into playing shape. It also seems to make the break-in time for new reeds a little shorter (although that may just be my imagination).

, July 22nd, 2012 12:10 am
By: steven hill
I have to say, I like the piper\'s pal reed protector much better. The pellets seemed to dry out much easier in this unit than the reed protector. This also might be due to the fact that I don\'t check the moisture level in this unit as much! I think if it was a little more airtight, you wouldn\'t water it as much.

Piper, October 1st, 2013 07:33 am
By: Rudi Driesen(Piper student-piper) Read my other reviews
Can\'t give a review because I don\'t have one...
but it looks great to have 4 reeds ready to play :)