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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000328.txt from 1997/09

From: Roger Garrett <rgarrett@-----.edu>
Subj: Re: "Blueprinting" Clarinets & Bill Hausmann's comments
Date: Sun, 7 Sep 1997 19:47:39 -0400

On Sun, 7 Sep 1997, Bill Hausmann wrote:

> I guess the people I am upset with are not the repairmen, but the
> manufacturers who spit junk out the door. This may even be understandable
> when we are talking about mass-produced student line instruments. I just
> think that when I am shelling out thousands of dollars for a
> professional-grade horn, the least they can provide me is an instrument
> that performs AS DESIGNED. This may be the source of my naivete. I know
> that, in fact, some adjustment is frequently required. It just galls me,
> that's all.

Now....this is ok! It IS unfortunate that the horns come the way they do.
However, recognizing that they do is important.....and, if one wishes to
put the horn in prime playing condition, there are ways to do it. Not
everyone will choose to do so, nor will everyone need to do so
(considering their level). However, if one wishes to have the instrument
last in the condition it was meant to be in, the service is still very
much recommended.

RG

   
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