Announcement Handmade oboe reeds and supplies!
Handmade oboe reeds and supplies!
Rose on Nov 15, 20215 out of 5 stars
So much cuter than I expected from the photo!! (Maybe use samples of frosted/baked cookies to advertise?) I am excited to gift this to my friend!
grac on Aug 29, 20215 out of 5 stars
ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!! These cookies I’ve made are the cutest things I’ve ever seen. They’re kinda messy because this is my first time lol. Item arrived within a week of ordering, quality packaging. I’ve never been interested in baking before, but BASSOON COOKIES??? Fantastic!! Thank you so much seller ❤️❤️❤️
Making reeds for your oboe needs!
The idea to start Reeds by Stephanie came from a strong desire to connect students, teachers and oboe enthusiasts with excellent quality oboe reeds. As an oboist and reed maker, I have been making and selling reeds to my private students for years. I decided to set up shop on Etsy so I could expand my reed business and help make more great quality, handmade reeds available so oboists that can't make their own reeds can still sound great!
Accepted payment methods
Returns and exchanges
For any item returns, contact the shop (within 7 days) and return the item in it's original, unsoiled condition within 14 days.
For hygienic reasons, oboe reeds are not returnable. If, however, your reed arrives broken, please contact the shop for a replacement.
Reed thread ships within two days of being ordered, cane ships within 5 days, and oboe reeds ship between 2 and 14 days of being ordered, depending on backlog. If you need a reed sooner, please contact the shop, and one can be expedited for an additional price.
Oboe reeds are shipped USPS Mail. Reeds come in oboe reed vials, and shipped in a crush-proof box. If you need a reed sooner, please contact the shop, and one can be expedited for an additional price.
Additional policies and FAQs
Always soak the cane of your reed in water for 1-5 minutes before playing.
If the cork fits too tightly in your oboe, put some cork grease on the cork to help it fit into your oboe’s reed well. This is very important! If the reed fits too tightly, your hand could slip removing the reed and break it.
If your reed gets stuck in the oboe, use a cloth or the bottom of your shirt to grab the cork as you remove it. Remember to twist as you pull the reed out.
Store your reed in a case made for oboe reeds. This will allow your reed to dry properly, and prevent breakage. If you must keep your reed in the mailing tube, be sure to use a pin to poke a hole in the cap to allow your reed to dry. The tube is not crush proof, so keep your reed in the mailing tube AT YOUR OWN RISK.