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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000130.txt from 1997/12

From: jeff.chan@-----.com
Subj: Re[2]: Reed cases
Date: Fri, 5 Dec 1997 12:39:44 -0500

My problem with Reedguards is the dent that they leave on the heart of
the reed, and the resulting sound degradation. I have been using a
Harrison case for many years now, and my reeds seem to appreciate it.

Jeff Chan
jeff.chan@-----.com

Subject: Re: Reed cases
Author: klarinet@-----.us at Internet
Date: 12/3/97 8:00 PM

At 08:24 PM 12/3/97 CST6CDT, Blace Arrington wrote:
>One really simple thing that I used to use before I got a Selmer case
>was microscope slides. I would hold two reeds on each slide by a
>rubber band. It did the job, but I like the Selmer case more because
>it is a little bit easier to use.
>
OK, I'll bite. What is wrong with plain old, cheap, utilitarian
Reedguards, then?

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