If it’s not everything you will want it to be, you can return it for a full refund. While ensuring you found the proper tool is crucial, making sure the cost is good matters, too, and Woodwind and Brasswind’s 45 Day Price guarantee means that even supposing you find the same model clarinet for less in different places, we’ll make up the change. As musicians of all levels have done for many years, you should buy from Woodwind and Brasswind with complete self belief that you just got the most effective tool for the best possible price. The clarinet is a woodwind device played with a single reed. Clarinets come in a variety of sizes, with various pitch ranges. Though there are greater than a dozen different modern clarinet types, the most typical ones utilized in orchestras and bands are the B flat and A clarinets. The bass clarinet, which is way bigger than the typical and has an upwardly curved bell, is also frequently utilized in modern bands and orchestras. The average clarinet contains five parts—the mouthpiece, the barrel or tuning socket, the upper or lefthand joint, lower or right hand joint, and the bell. A thin, flattened, specially shaped piece of cane called a reed has to be inserted in the mouthpiece before the device can be played. Different notes are produced as the player moves his arms over metal keys which open and shut air holes in the clarinet's body. An tool comparable to the clarinet—a cylindrical cane tube played with a cane reed—was in use in Egypt as early as 3000 B.