Buffet R13 clarinet 1967 with Kaspar mouthpiece


Buffet R13 clarinet 1967 with Kaspar mouthpiece

$3,500.00

Buffet R13 #173XXX Bb Clarinet w/ Mouthpiece, Ligature & Cap


Buffet R13 #173XXX Bb Clarinet w/ Mouthpiece, Ligature & Cap

$1,600.00

Buffet Crampon R13 Wooden Clarinet w/ Original Case & Mouthpiece


Buffet Crampon R13 Wooden Clarinet w/ Original Case & Mouthpiece

$1,999.00



Alternately, particular person keys may be stamped out There are two main clarinet key systems in use. The simple, or Albert, system is used principally in German communicating countries. The Bohm system has more keys than the Albert and is commonplace in most other parts of the world. by a heavy stamping desktop, and then trimmed. These individual keys are then soldered together with silver solder to make the connected group. Next the keys are polished. Keys for low-cost models may be placed in a tumbling computing device, where friction and agitation of pellets in a revolving drum polish the pieces. More costly keys may be buffed individually by being held against the rotating wheel of a sprucing laptop. Some keys may be silver plated, after which polished. Clarinet production itself is a reasonably conservative industry, relying on highly skilled craftspeople who do much work by hand. Most of the concepts in clarinet design are now 100 years old.

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