Klarinet Archive - Posting 001093.txt from 1998/04
From: "Gene Nibbelin" <gnibbelin@-----.com>
Subj: Re: A further suggestion on clarinet stands.
Date: Mon, 20 Apr 1998 14:11:50 -0400
Apparently this was lost in last weekend's Klarinet problems.
> From: Gene Nibbelin <gnibbelin@-----.com>
> To: klarinet@-----.us
> Subject: Re: A further suggestion on clarinet stands.
> Date: Friday, April 17, 1998 9:44 PM
> Neil -
> You are correct - the K & M deluxe stand IS shown in the WW & BW catalog
> (page 105). It was late when I checked the catalog and I had just
> a 4 hour practice session - guess these old eyes were as tired as my lip
> Thanks for the caveat on the tips - will be glueing them tomorrow.
> If you haven't replaced your missing tip, remember electrician's tape or
> thin-walled rubber or plastic tubing,.
> > From: Neil Leupold <nleupold@-----.edu>
> > To: klarinet@-----.us
> > Subject: Re: A further suggestion on clarinet stands.
> > Date: Friday, April 17, 1998 7:21 PM
> > On Fri, 17 Apr 1998, Gene Nibbelin wrote:
> > > This deluxe model is not shown in the WW & BW catalog and is a little
> > > difficult to describe. It consists of the "cone" and 3 metal legs
> > > about 7 1/2" long, giving something like a 12" effective diameter.
> Each of
> > > the legs folds down and slides up along side the cone, making it
> > > compact.
> > What you just described is precisely what is available from the
> > WW & BW catalogue, as well as Weiner and Muncy. I own one myself.
> > The only caveat: consider super-gluing the little rubber feet to
> > the end of each respective metal tube. I had one pop off and dis-
> > appear, and then the clarinet leaned to that side a tiny bit as a
> > result. The same goes for the very nice K&M bass clarinet/bassoon
> > stand. Glue the rubber feet to the ends of their respective legs.
> > Neil