Tosca Greenline Bb Used With Ton Kooman Thumbrest and case cover


Tosca Greenline Bb Used With Ton Kooman Thumbrest and case cover

$7,500.00



Anyway, if I had a comparison the 2 embouchure basics that might be very constructive. Oh, and anything else on the differences in the articulation too would be positive. My articulation I assumed though was just a little muddy as a result of the smaller reed so I can clean that up with practice to refresh it back into my muscle memory. Anyway, if you lose interest of studying this paragraph, please just answer this question:The second way to check your clarinet pads is through a suction test. Joints are looking to be tested separately while the clarinet is disassembled. To test the top joint finger a C below the employees while overlaying the bottom with the palm of your hand. Suck like a straw as a minimum three times to create a vacuum. If the joint is pulled away the lips will be pulled with it, and should make a popping sound. If the joint is still in contact with the lips, the vacuum should last a minimum of five seconds. If it does not, there is a leak, and the clarinet may be brought in for substitute of any leaky pads. The test is the same for the bottom joint, except a low E will be fingered while using the contrary hand to seal the bottom.