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Author Topic: Lefebre Artiste  (Read 8454 times)

Offline Airflyte

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RE: Lefebre Artiste
« Reply #15 on: April 28, 2013, 07:09:34 PM »
Quote from: \'philpedler\' pid=\'863\' dateline=\'1367183860\'

Clarinet bells are expensive to make, requiring a wider hunk of wood. And they are the most frequent part to crack. So it makes great sense to use a different material for the bell.

That heavy bell is certainly hard rubber.


Yes, I no longer assume that vintage hard rubber will have the grey/green color.
I\'m also convinced that a Pruefer Silver Throat can serve as a weapon in certain self defense situations :s
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