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RE: Can a cheap wooden clarinet be a \"good player\"?
« Reply #15 on: March 17, 2014, 07:41:20 PM »
Quote from: \'DaveLeBlanc\' pid=\'2344\' dateline=\'1395079150\'

heck if a carrot can sound good then I honestly dont think so


:D Ha ha, good answer, Mr. LeBlanc! :D
I\'m going to go out on a limb here [ crawls out onto limb, heart is pounding and tree limb is bending a lot ] - much like magical saxophone body material, magical clarinet body material is way less important than the player of such an instrument.

I wish I could prove it - I would donate my completely rebuilt Bundy II tenor sax to a professional player :s

 . . . that being \"said\", I still like old hard rubber clarinets - very organic sounding (why shouldn\'t they be?  . . .)
"The Clarinet - in a class of its own"

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