Klarinet Archive - Posting 000952.txt from 1998/04
From: jennifer mckenna <jrm0013@-----.edu>
Subj: Re: Question
Date: Fri, 17 Apr 1998 19:19:16 -0400
if your going to spend that much money on a horn you should watch it at
all times, being on any kind of stand is dangerous and shouldn't be on
there for long periods of time. I have a ten dollar stand and it serves
its purpose becuase I only use it when I'm switching to another horn,
it doesn't stay on unless I am watching it.
university of north texas
music ed major/clarinet concentration
On Fri, 17 Apr 1998 11:01:27 -0400 gene keyes <gene@-----.net> wrote:
> At 08:38 AM 4/17/98 -0500, you wrote:
> >On Fri, 17 Apr 1998, Bill Hausmann wrote:
> >> At 03:11 PM 4/16/98 EDT, you wrote:
> >> >Do they make clarinet stands? I see trumpet and flute stands
> everywhere, but
> >> >have never seen a clarinet one. Please let me know if you know of one!!
> >> Absolutely! One of the neatest is the "Pack-a-Stand." It retails for
> >> about $12.95. It folds up and fits INSIDE your bell in the case, making it
> >> extremely convenient. Bigger, heavier, and more expensive ones are also
> >> available.
> >hi............it amazes me how people will spend a thousand dollars (or
> much more) on a clarinet and put it on a $10.00 stand..............take a
> look a the Blayman stand....yes, it's expensive....but it will cost about
> 1/2 of what you first repair bill will be when the horn gets knocked
> over............just my $.02
> "The girl that can't dance says the band can't play"
> Yiddish Proverb
> Gene Keyes