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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000102.txt from 1996/04

From: Fred Jacobowitz <fredj@-----.EDU>
Subj: Re: Yamaha YCL34
Date: Fri, 5 Apr 1996 10:39:32 -0500

Ed,
Any wooden student clarinet for under $400 (in good playing condition)
is a good deal. Yamaha does make a very nice instrunent. Basically, in the
student instrument category, they are all similar except for some really
off-brands. All the big names make a decent instrument of approximately
the same quality. I have had students using lots of different horns and
very rarely have I come across one which was so bad that I really
suggested they buy another instrument. Go for it.

Fred Jacobowitz
Clarinet/Sax instructor, Peabody Preparatory

On Sun, 31 Mar 1996, Ed Lowry wrote:

> (My apologies if this is the second posting you've received of this. I don't
> think the first went through)
>
> I have the opportunity to purchase a Yamaha YCL 34 from a second hand shop her
e
> in Sacramento for about $250. It appears to be in good shape -- no leaks, no
> cracks and keywork in fairly good order. It would be for my 10-year old as a
> beginning clarinet.
>
> Any thoughts about this? I know Yamaha revised their clarinets at some point,
> and I don't know where this fits in with their history or hierarchy. Any advi
ce
> concerning this or spending a larger sum on a new Vito, E-12, etc. would be mu
ch
> appreciated!
>
> Ed Lowry
> 72122.3073@-----.com
>
> Sacramento
>

   
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