KGE - Professional English Horn Reeds (European Style)
About KGE Reeds
In 1988 Ke-Xun began selling reeds to Howarth to support his oboe studies. In 1989 Ke-Xun moved to Australia, and while continuing his oboe studies, he taught oboe reed making at the Queensland Conservatory of Music. Eventually the demand for Ke-Xun's reeds increased dramatically and he decided to become a full time oboe reed maker.
It has been previously accepted that hand-made reeds are better quality than those made by machine, however, since Ke-Xun has developed his method he is now challenging this view. Ke-Xun is now certain that his machine made reeds are a superior quality with greater accuracy and consistency than his own hand-made reeds. His method is based on lengthy research and his experience as an oboist, reed maker and now also as an engineer.
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