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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000753.txt from 1996/04

From: Steve Fowler <sfowler@-----.COM>
Subj: Re: A Question
Date: Thu, 25 Apr 1996 17:57:20 -0400

> Hey all! My clarinet (my dear, precious, beloved Noblet) fell out of
> its case on the sidewalk in front of school the other day, and the cork
> and wood on the top joint tenon chipped off (only part of it). Anyway,
> my teacher told me today that the wood could get saturated and that it
> needed to be fixed immediately. I have State SoloEnsemble a week from
> Saturday, and the music store might not be able to fix it that fast.
> Anyhoo, my mom said that maybe we'll go clarinet shopping on Saturday
> (silver lining, anyone?), and my little sister can have my old one once
> it's fixed (it may be a very costly repair, though, so who knows...).
>> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Abby Kreisa


Your repair is no big deal. I know that you would like a new
clarinet, but if you want, send me your clarinet and I'll send it
back the next day, fixed, no charge.

Take your time finding a good clarinet. Play as many as you can and
take your teacher withyou if at all possible. Also, there are some
fine used instruments floating around on this list. You may want to
consider one of those. They will usually save you about 40 - 50%.

Good luck,

Steve Fowler (

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