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  1. clarinetfellow

    clarinetfellow

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    Just returning to playing the clarinet from a long hiatus (many years) and got a great deal on a Yamaha Advantage "new" and still have a few Vandoren MP's and ligatures. Bought some reeds with a few more on order. Have my old books though still remember much of my old playing days. Any tip you can offer in the way of a good beginning mouthpiece and ligature to make this sound really good? Thank you

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    Gandalfe Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    Welcome! Where on this blue marble are you located? If in the states, you might like a Hite or Forbes mouthpiece which can be relatively cheap for such a nice mouthpiece.
     
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    pete Brassica Oleracea Staff Member Administrator

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    Please don't post the same thing in two places, clarinetfellow. That's called "cross-posting." We don't allow it here.
     
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    Guys, Thanks for your post. First I was started with ''Buffet Prestige Low-C Bass Clarinet''. Father gifted me that. As it's rare so he bought it from forsale.plus.

    Still it's giving a clear voice with a clear tune.
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