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 RE: Noblet 40 vs. E-11/12
Author: LJClarinetGuy 
Date:   1999-09-16 07:38

I had an E11 but recently sold it to upgrade. The one I had played very nicely, and was a good horn to work with both inside and outside (I used it the last three years for marching band). There was a nice feeling I got when I played on it, only exceeded by that of the school's R13 I was loaned. Anyways, the E11 is a great beginner/intermediate horn that can offer years of good sound, especially if later it only gets played occasionaly, because the cost isn't as high as other instruments.

--Joey--

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Dee 1999-09-16 12:02 
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David Blumberg 1999-09-16 13:40 
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