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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001531.txt from 1998/04

From: Roger Garrett <rgarrett@-----.edu>
Subj: Re: [klarinet] Re: All Metal Clarinets
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 1998 10:41:04 -0400

On Mon, 27 Apr 1998, Jack Kissinger wrote:
> I know she sells instruments she has reconditioned there and there was a
> metal Noblet for sale last week. There always seem to be several metal
> clarinets for sale there and they usually go for under $100. There was
> even an old 5-piece Buffet metal clarinet awhile ago (sold for a little
> over $300 as I recall). There are also quite a few plastic instruments
> available most of the time -- usually Bundy or Vito but occasionally a
> plastic Evette. (In fact, if you read this message soon, there is a
> plastic Evette on the auction now with a high bid of $61 but only about
> two hous to go as I write this. Bids haven't reached the seller's
> minimum acceptable ("reserve") price yet, though.) My only caveat would
> be that you assume the worst about condition (regardless of the posted
> description) and bid conservatively. Also check the seller's feedback
> regardless of score. If there are a some negatives, read the reasons.
> Some sellers are clueless when it comes to clarinets and some are, shall
> we say, less than totally honest.

And again, to the list, I have a Sterling Silver King clarinet (100%
silver) that I would be interested in selling. However, I am only taking
serious bids.......I put it up last summer, and was offered$200-300 for
it. The silver alone is worth more.....but it is a valuable instrument.

Please email me privately if you are interested.

Roger Garrett
IWU

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