Benjamin CHALAT
Professional saxophonsits

" The JLV Sound ligature is for the saxophonist the key to musical freedom.
Color homogeneity in all registers,
Ease of sound emission and detached,
Lengthening the life of the reeds by its “Resurfacing” qualities,
Development unexampled of the qualities of expression and the possibilities of mode of play,
Customization by an important choice of model.
The JLV Sound ligature represents the excellence of artisanal and artistic know-how. " Read more
Michel CYMES
Passionate saxophonist

" In music, when you are a beginner, you need a teacher, willingness, patience and good material. At least the "easy" material that does not add a difficulty to that of mobilizing all available neurons to try to align two notes. The JLV ligature has, in a way, saved the music.
Not that I think I'm a saxophonist that I'm not ... but the day I put this ligature, I felt like a breath of lightness in my mouthpiece... and this breath, it was mine! It remained for me to focus not on my lips, but on my fingers and there is a different story... " Read more
Professional saxophonist

" I use the JLV ligature on all my mouthpieces, because thanks to its action on the reed it gives a much fuller sound, more center and more homogeneous. The finish is of very good quality and the service and follow-up are very professional. A big thank you to Jean-Luc Vignaud. " Read more
Philippe GEISS
Professional saxophonist

" JLV ligatures give me real playing comfort, fine adjustment of the reactivity of my reeds which in all circumstances allows me to develop a wide range of colors on my saxophones. " Read more
February 10th, 2018 Event at the Conservatory of Rouen
Meet the JLV Sound team and discover the whole of the JLV Ligatures - From 10 am to 12 pm and from 1:30 pm to 4 pm Read more
January 20th, 2018 Event at the Conservatory of Brest
Meet the inventor of Ligatures JLV and try the whole range JLV Ligature - From 10 am to 12 pm and from 2 pm to 4 pm Read more
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