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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000263.txt from 1999/01

From: "Dee D. Hays" <>
Subj: Re: [kl] re:Plastic - why?
Date: Fri, 8 Jan 1999 14:56:53 -0500

-----Original Message-----
From: Luigi Montanez <>
Date: Friday, January 08, 1999 12:06 PM
Subject: Re: [kl] re:Plastic - why?

>I will need to be using this instrument for marching band, and where I
>live (New Jersey) we experience all types of weather. I'm already
>going to have a wooden clarinet (the E-12), and I am just looking to
>replace my Bundy plastic if I have enough money left over.
>BTW, how much do you think I could sell the Bundy for?
>It is seven years old, has a Vandoren B45 mouthpiece, and is in good

In that case, I recommend keeping the Bundy as your marching horn. However,
after 7 years, it probably could use a little maintenance (a new pad here
and there, maybe some adjustment, etc). The Bundy is a fine student plastic
horn and is made by Selmer, one of the four major makers. You could
probably have a technician check it out and fix it up fairly inexpensively
unless it is in really bad shape. Seven years isn't that old unless it's
been really abused. A new plastic student horn through mail order
discount will be around $360 and almost twice that at many local retailers.
Yet if you try to sell yours, you will be lucky to even get $100.

Then with the money you save by putting a little maintenance in your Bundy
instead of buying a new marching horn you could buy some other goodies
(metronome, tuner, music, music software for your computer, etc).

Dee Hays
Canton, SD

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