Joints need to be tested one by one while the clarinet is disassembled. To test the tip joint finger a C below the staff while protecting the base with the palm of your hand. Suck like a straw at least three times to create a vacuum. If the joint is pulled away the lips could 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's a leak, and the clarinet might be brought in for replacement of any leaky pads. The test is a similar for the bottom joint, except a low E may be fingered while using the contrary hand to seal the base. The seal of this joint is less important than the pinnacle, but it's going to still seal for at the least three seconds. A good test to examine the herbal position of your hand, and consequently reveal where the thumb rest could be, is to hold your right arm by your side. Both the arm and hand might be absolutely comfy. Being cautious not to move the thumb, bring your hand up to gambling place.

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