|In Our Range Since||1993|
|Products in Stock||493|
|Ø Availability (1 Year)||96.84 %|
Thomann is a major Vandoren mail order company. Here you'll find all their latest products at great prices and available. For a list of all Vandoren products, click here.
Useful stuff to know about Vandoren
The company Vandoren was founded in 1905 by Eugene Van Doren. The head office is in Paris (F). The official German representative is the company Arnold Stölzel GmbH in Wiesbaden (D).
Vandoren products are exclusively made in
You can find 510 Vandoren products at Thomann 503 of them are ready for dispatch . We've been selling Vandoren products since 1993, so for over 28 year(s).
The popularity of Vandoren is obvious. Every 50th Thomann customer has bought at least one Vandoren product at Thomann. Vandoren was chosen to be brand of the week on 08.07.2013 - an award for especially popular manufacturers granted by Thomann.
To inform our customers as best we can about Vandoren products, you will find a total of 13620 media, reviews and test reports on Vandoren products on our website - among them the following 2663 product pictures, 188 different 360 panoramic views and 10769 customers' reviews.
In our current top seller lists you will find a total of 178 Vandoren top sellers, among others in the following categories Bb Clarinet Reeds (French), Alto Saxophone Reeds, Ligatures and Caps, Boehm cut, Mouth Pieces for Eb Clarinet, Reed Cases and Miscellaneous Reeds.
Our number one Vandoren product is the following item Vandoren Classic Blue Alto 2.5. An all time favourite is the following item Vandoren Classic Blue Alto 2.0, of which we have sold more than 100.000 pieces up to now.
The manufacturer grants a 2 warranty on its products, but with our 3-Year Thomann Warranty we offer you one year more.
Vandoren products belong to the most visited ones on our website. Most recently over 400.000 product pages of Vandoren have been hit per month.
Among the famous musicians who use Vandoren equipment are the following Karl Leister, Steffen Weber, Phil Woods, Bobby Watson, Tom Walsh, Marcus Strickland, Norbert Stachel, Rick Keller and Arno Borkamp .