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The Theo Wanne™ Team
Rated #1 Ligature in the World
The reference ligature for saxophone and clarinet mouthpieces. You’ll feel like your mouthpiece has improved in every way. It has only three points of contact with the mouthpiece allowing for incredible resonance. “The Sax” Magazine rated the Enlightened Ligature #1 in the world when testing all available ligatures in the market:
“The Enlightened Ligature has a very quick response. It has a wide range of dynamics and its articulation clearly responds. The design is very simple and cool looking. The Theo Wanne Enlightened Ligature had the best rating and was my favorite to play.” Full Article (pdf)
It also utilizes the best pressure plate system in the world. It includes our Alive Gold plate, and Titanium, Stainless Steel, Vintified and Heavy Copper pressure plates, Theo Wanne™ screwdriver and spare pressure plate screw are available separately in our Pressure Plate Kit!
If you have a Metal, or Slim-Body Hard Rubber Theo Wanne piece, choose A-TW for Soprano or Alto and T-TW for Tenor and Baritone!
Find the right size of Enlightened Ligature for your other mouthpieces, and see instructions below:
“I am truly amazed how well this ligature works! My volume and control become more manageable and my tone much more in-line with what I have been trying to achieve for quite a time.” – Brian Mitchell Brody
“As a professional clarinet player I must say this is the best ligature I have ever played. Everyone I know is switching to it.”
“The freest playing ligature I have ever tried…and I feel like I have tried them all! I love it!”
“The enlightened ligature is the best ligature made. That is why I want to carry them in all our stores!”
“The difference the enlightened ligature makes is really shocking! It’s like pulling a sock out of the bell of my horn.”
“Thank you for the Enlightened ligature. I own every ligature made, but this is particularly outstanding!!” – David Butler
“The Enlightened Ligature is terrific! It helps control the sound, but still allows the mouthpiece to vibrate without choking it off.” – Rick Kessel publisher for SBO, MMR, JAZZed, Choral Director