Advertising and Web Hosting on Woodwind.Org!

Klarinet Archive - Posting 001027.txt from 1999/04

From: Richard Bush <rbushidioglot@-----.net>
Subj: Re: [kl] Moennig reg. vents and Barrels(INCORRECT)
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 1999 20:11:20 -0400

Jay,

I don't know the difference. But getting to your next post, you just need to be
patient. There are some very understanding people on this NG. If you're
peranoid, check to see if what you're smoking has a filter on it :-)

Jay Webler wrote:

> Can you tell me what the differences are between Moennig & Chadesh barrels.
>
> Jay Webler
>
> > The information regarding Moennig barrels is not correct! The Moennig
> >barrel does not have an hour glass bore design but the register tube does.
> >The Moennig barrel is made with a three staged reverse cone bore. As Hans
> >Moennig's last apprentice, I watched him finish the bore in hundreds of his
> >Famous barrels. The technique involved 3 separate reamers. The first step
> >was to set the general diameter of the barrel. The second step was to set
> >the bottom choke. And the third step was to set the reverse cone. This
> >third step was always the most critical as It was based on the players "Set
> >up", i.e. mouthpiece, reed and clarinet bore size.
> > 757-412-2160, fax 412-2158
> >
> > E-mail Sfdr@-----.com
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >-------------------------------------------------------------------------
> >Unsubscribe from Klarinet, e-mail: klarinet-unsubscribe@-----.org
> >Subscribe to the Digest: klarinet-digest-subscribe@-----.org
> >Additional commands: klarinet-help@-----.org
> >Other problems: klarinet-owner@-----.org
> >
> >
>
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Unsubscribe from Klarinet, e-mail: klarinet-unsubscribe@-----.org
> Subscribe to the Digest: klarinet-digest-subscribe@-----.org
> Additional commands: klarinet-help@-----.org
> Other problems: klarinet-owner@-----.orgJay

Jay Webler wrote:

> Can you tell me what the differences are between Moennig & Chadesh barrels.
>
> Jay Webler
>
> > The information regarding Moennig barrels is not correct! The Moennig
> >barrel does not have an hour glass bore design but the register tube does.
> >The Moennig barrel is made with a three staged reverse cone bore. As Hans
> >Moennig's last apprentice, I watched him finish the bore in hundreds of his
> >Famous barrels. The technique involved 3 separate reamers. The first step
> >was to set the general diameter of the barrel. The second step was to set
> >the bottom choke. And the third step was to set the reverse cone. This
> >third step was always the most critical as It was based on the players "Set
> >up", i.e. mouthpiece, reed and clarinet bore size.
> > 757-412-2160, fax 412-2158
> >
> > E-mail Sfdr@-----.com
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >-------------------------------------------------------------------------
> >Unsubscribe from Klarinet, e-mail: klarinet-unsubscribe@-----.org
> >Subscribe to the Digest: klarinet-digest-subscribe@-----.org
> >Additional commands: klarinet-help@-----.org
> >Other problems: klarinet-owner@-----.org
> >
> >
>
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Unsubscribe from Klarinet, e-mail: klarinet-unsubscribe@-----.org
> Subscribe to the Digest: klarinet-digest-subscribe@-----.org
> Additional commands: klarinet-help@-----.org
> Other problems: klarinet-owner@-----.org

-------------------------------------------------------------------------
Unsubscribe from Klarinet, e-mail: klarinet-unsubscribe@-----.org
Subscribe to the Digest: klarinet-digest-subscribe@-----.org
Additional commands: klarinet-help@-----.org
Other problems: klarinet-owner@-----.org

   
     Copyright © Woodwind.Org, Inc. All Rights Reserved    Privacy Policy    Contact charette@woodwind.org