Jazzlab.com DEFLECTOR REVIEW – Makes your saxophone practise a lot easier!

More at: http://www.hellosaxophone.com

I ran into the creators of the deflector (jazzlab.com) at the musik messe in Frankfurt recently. They were kind enough to give me one of their newest inventions to try, the saxophone deflector. And I must say after trying it I was convinced in seconds of the brilliance of this cleaver little tool and I’m using it my practice daily now.

So I highly recommend it. You can get it here: http://www.jazzlab.com/en/deflector/

info from the jazzlab website below:

Working on your sound, articulation, and dynamic contrast is much easier with DEFLECTOR since you hear yourself much better. Using the DEFLECTOR is similar to playing against a wall but more direct and far more effective. Also, you can practice softer (your neighbors will thank you!).

During a rehearsal or in a gig most of the time you don’t hear much of your own sound. Using the DEFLECTOR changes all that- with the DEFLECTOR your true sound come straight back to your ears, loud and clear. You hear what the listener hears, your sound.

Features

• redirects the saxophone sound back at player’s ears
• attaches to the instrument in seconds
• great for practicing at home
• very effective for playing in a band

More at: http://www.hellosaxophone.com

Comments

Edward Leal says:

So I checked out the site, but when I got there, there wasn’t any way to purchase one? I wanted to see how much it would cost in USD.

Osiniks says:

Hey man can you do an instructional video for Goodnight Julia by Yoko Kanno? It’s a very beautiful song!

sophia says:

I enjoy your videos very much, thank you! 🙂
and I would love a tutorial of “cantaloop island” 🙂

Vincent Gaglio says:

I need to get one now. wow

Harrison Myers says:

May I ask where in the world you are from? I like your accent.

Tommy T says:

I tried this product and did not have the same experience you did. If you play in a very large room it does have a small effect, but only if you angle the deflector just right. The overwhelming majority of us have a small practice room, etc., and the walls create a greater effect which make this product ineffective in such a playing environment.

Joyce Heim says:

could you make a video on how to play in the mood by Glen Miller?

nr3rful says:

great tip, may get one, thanks

Rodrigo Morales says:

Ive been using this deflector and love it but i think my loud sound is hurting my ears, should i wear ear plugs when playing with one?

Miguel Lopez says:

Can I suggest you do a song and a lick of Morning dance by Spyro Gyra

therealTOTOfan says:

i think this will only work on a Bb…you know when the air is actually coming out of the bell

chevy van says:

And for all you doublers out there you can also play ping pong while playing your horn

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