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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000427.txt from 1999/04

From: Androyd973@-----.com
Subj: [kl] chip in the joint of my clarinet
Date: Wed, 7 Apr 1999 21:01:52 -0400

I recently picked up my case when it was open right on a had tile floor. I
was rather appalled and on the verge of going insane when I saw that there
was a chip on the joint part of the bottom joint of my brand spanking new
Buffet R-13. (It didn;t help any when I looked at the warranty and saw that
stupid mistaked are not covered!!) I was put to ease when I called the repair
man and he told me that it happens all of the time, and that it would be no
big deal to fix it. What I am wondering is if it will affect the sound, or
intonation, or anything on my horn. It is a chip right on the wooden tip part
of the joint where the bottom half (dont know the technical name!!!!) and the
bell come together. If I could get some peoples opinion it would be much
apprectiated, thanks!!!!!!!!!

Andy

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