Since 1905, the Van Doren family has been making reeds and mouthpieces.
Eugene Van Doren must have had the knack: his reeds sounded so good that his colleagues prevailed upon him to sell them some.
In 1967, Robert's son Bernard, blessed with his grandfather's mechanical genius, joined the company, bringing a third generation into the family business. A new range of mouthpieces was developed under his guidance, the basic model being the B45, which soon became as familiar as the 5RV.
The most widely played reeds in the world with a superiority proven over the
years, these reeds suit all styles of music.
Traditionals are known...
|Mouthpieces - Clarinet|
The difference between ”Profile 88” and Traditional mouthpieces is in the exterior angle of the beak.
Therefore, the musician is free to choose...
|Mouthpieces - Saxophone|
These mouthpieces are available in a wide variety of models that suit classical and jazz musicians.
The V5 series is designed to produce a full,...
The unique adhesive clinging formula enables the cushion to be applied and removed multiple times without leaving a sticky residue on the...