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 RE: Noblet 40 vs. E-11/12
Author: David Blumberg 
Date:   1999-09-16 13:40

Depends on the Students level, and size. The E-11 has smaller keywork in the lower right hand - not ideal for a student with larger hands, or older then around 8th-9th grade if possible get the E-12 that has full size stretch for the lower notes. Or course price around, as calling Woodwind Brasswind, Muncy, Weiner, IMS can save you hundreds of dollars off of retail cost.
Dee prefers Leblanc, I do not. You have to try for yourself, and what feels right, and sounds right for you. Some leblancs come with plastic barrels, and bells with wooden bodies - I'm not into that.

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Dee 1999-09-16 12:02 
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David Blumberg 1999-09-16 13:40 
 RE: Noblet 40 vs. E-11/12  new
Don Berger 1999-09-16 17:07 

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