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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000005.txt from 2008/10

From: Edward Escobar <elescobar@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] intermediate level wooden clarinet
Date: Thu, 02 Oct 2008 17:17:43 -0400

Might look at Selmer U.S.A.

I had used a CL200 as my first wood clarinet, which did good for me
through college. That clarinet at the time was $500.00 brand new. I
think what's out there now is the CL2011... for twice the price.

Most music stores will have a rent-to-own program.... more or less a
lease for an instrument. You pay a monthly "rental" fee and then if
you want, can buy the instrument at the end of the lease for the
remainder of the price that has not been paid. I would for sure look
into that.

Edward E.

On 2008/10/03, at 6:03, Patricia A. Bandy-Smith wrote:

> I think my son is ready to "step-up" to a better horn than what he
> is playing now. The problem is that money is really really tight.
> I am afraid to try e-bay since you never quite know what you are
> going to get there. I am looking to pay about $500, preferably
> less, much less if I can.
>
> TIA,
> Patricia Bandy-Smith
>
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