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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000259.txt from 1999/04

From: Bill Hausmann <bhausman@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] re: Plastic Bundy
Date: Mon, 5 Apr 1999 13:10:35 -0400

At 11:01 AM 4/4/99 -0400, David Blumberg wrote:
>Can a plastic Bundy suit anybody for anything except Javelin practice? I
don't
>think that anyone, anywhere can get a better sound on a Bundy then from a
>Signature, or Prestige. It's like comparing a car with 115 HP to one with 275
>in a race (at the same weight).
>
Yes, but that assumes you intend to race. A Yugo can cruise down a highway
at the speed limit just as quickly as a Lambourghini, and much more
efficiently as well. Of course, it won't be as much fun! But that's why
we have inexpensive, student-line instruments. If everyone had to start
out buying instruments costing $2000 or more, there would not be very many
beginners. The automobile did not become popular until Henry Ford brought
out one regular people could afford. A fine pro-line instrument is
something all young clarinetists should aspire to own, but the Bundy will
serve them well in marching band (just like it did for me)!

Bill Hausmann bhausman@-----.com
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If you have to mic a saxophone, the rest of the band is too loud.

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