This blog post is all about the newest saxophone ligature from Rovner Products, the Rovner LGX Saxophone Ligature!

Do you play in marching bands, and no matter what you do, you can't project your sound?

Do you play in cover bands, with guitars, keyboards and bass, and are constantly drowned out by these amplified instruments?

If so, you are not alone…

Many saxophone players experience these same problems.

And what happens is you tend to overblow, lose your embouchure setting, bite through your bottom lip just to try to hear yourself over the noise of the other instruments.

And the sound tech at your gigs isn't very helpful either…

Aside from changing your equipment to a very bright setup, there wasn't much you could do, until now!

The new Rovner Products LGX Saxophone Ligature is designed to give you power, without sacrificing your sound. 

The new LGX ligature has characteristics of the Rovner Versa and the Rovner Van Gogh

Designed for those who perform in Marching bands (music educators – pay attention!), as well as those who play Rock, Blues, Jazz, and are competing with amplified instruments.

Watch my video review below for more information and a demo:



  1. Rovner Products website
  2. You can also buy many other Rovner Products at Woodwind & Brasswind
  3. Contacting Rovner Products support: support@rovnerproducts.com
  4. Legere Reeds website – I use the American Cut
  5. My review of the new French Cut Legere Reed – COMING SOON!
  6. 10mFan website – I use the Chameleon 7*
  7. If you’re an Intermediate – Semi Pro level saxophone 🎷player, and your practicing consists of playing along with backing tracks & hoping that great phrases will magically come out the bell of your horn, watch this short video for 1 tip that will hopefully give you some clarity and move you forward with your improvisation.
  8. If you’re an Intermediate – Semi Pro level saxophone 🎷player who wants to bring your improvisation to the next level, watch my Free Masterclass, How to Improvise With Confidence, Without Relying on Licks and Tricks