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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000113.txt from 2002/05

From: Gary Van Cott <gary@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] Bad behavior on eBay auctions
Date: Sat, 4 May 2002 11:46:18 -0400

Bill,

I tried one of these out at Lark in the Morning in Mendocino a few years
ago. The sound was interesting but the stretch for the third finger of the
left hand was extremely painful. If you have large hands you would
probably be ok, but otherwise I would suggest you try one first.

[Mark C: Shouldn't Lark in the Morning be listed in the retail section of
the Clarinet Pages?]

Gary
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At 08:24 AM 5/4/02, you wrote:
> <><> LeliaLoban wrote:
>Moi? Got me mixed up with someone, Bill. Though I sometimes read the
>eBay listings, I've never bid in an electronic auction. I buy where I
>can see what I'm getting, though I do gamble sometimes, on instruments
>in unplayable condition, as long as I can inspect them first, mostly at
>flea markets, estate sales, yard sales and live auctions.
>
>
>
>
>Sorry, my error. Actually, I am suffering from a terrible urge to
>buy another instrument, but not something sensible such as an A or Eb.
>
>I went to Lark In The Morning's web page (as Bill Daniluk suggested) and
>I learned a bit more about metal Albert G clarinets that are sold in
>Turkey. So far, I have resisted buying one, but my resolve is
>fading........
>
>Cheers,
> Bill
>

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