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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000094.txt from 1997/12

From: "M.A. KOLOS" <makolos@-----.ca>
Subj: Re: clack clack goes my LH B key
Date: Wed, 3 Dec 1997 09:58:28 -0500

Hi.
My clarinet is set up the same way, and I also had this problem of
clicking because everything fell out. The solution I found was, as you
suggest, tape. I cut a small piece of black electrical tape, just long
enough to wrap around the metal tenon, and then it's completely silent,
and unlikely to fall out (I've only had one start coming out, and that's
only because I didn't put it on right). It is a bit tricky to install
though, and doesn't always stay if you take the key off, but it certainly
works well unless you frequently remove the keys!

Michael

On Tue, 2 Dec 1997, SEAN TALBOT wrote:

> New Question,
> I have a Yamaha 72cx and the lever mechanism on the left hand
> B key fits into a hole down in the right hand pinky area. Why Yamaha
> makes the mechanism this way insted of how everyone else does it.....I
> don't know and I don't care. The problem is that every shem that has
> been put in there to quiet the key action has fallen out in short time
> and then it rattles around when using right had B for anything. So my
> question is Where can I find a shem that would be easy enough to replace
> myself? Do they comercialy sell them? I've been contemplating tape which
> I'm sure it would be a quick temporary fix but I'm not sure that would
> be good. suggestions?
>
> Sean Talbot
> music education major
> UW-Whitewater
> talbotse12@-----.edu
> http://www.geocities.com/vienna/strasse/2859
>

   
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