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 Robert Scott ligature?
Author: Nakata 
Date:   1999-09-19 02:49

Have any one tried a Robert Scott ligature?
how does it sound like and how good is the response?
could any of you provide contact information of
Mr. Scott?

Nakata

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 RE: Robert Scott ligature?
Author: Mary Beth 
Date:   1999-09-19 04:32

Robert Scott is an expert repairman, and makes wonderful mouthpieces. However, i do not know anything about his ligatures. I do know that he repairs instruments at Interlochen Arts Camp and possibly the Academy. if you contacted them, i am sure they could provide you with whatever information you needed. Hope this helps!


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 RE: Robert Scott ligature?
Author: Mark Charette 
Date:   1999-09-19 16:10

I'll ask my teacher for contact info for Bob - he takes his clarinets to him. He lives in Lansing, MI, about an hour from my home. I'll be taking my clarinet to him shortly for a general "tune-up".

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 RE: Robert Scott ligature?
Author: Mark Charette 
Date:   1999-09-19 16:39

I found his phone number, called him up, & got the particulars:

Robery Scott Woodwinds
2930 Sunderland Rd.
Lansing, MI 48911 USA
(517) 882 9098

email: <A href=mailto:scottww@aol.com><B>scottww@aol.com</B?</A>

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 RE: Robert Scott ligature?
Author: Nakata 
Date:   1999-09-19 23:39



Mark Charette wrote:
-------------------------------
I found his phone number, called him up, & got the particulars:

Robery Scott Woodwinds
2930 Sunderland Rd.
Lansing, MI 48911 USA
(517) 882 9098

email: <A href=mailto:scottww@aol.com><B>scottww@aol.com</B?</A>


thanks Mark!

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 RE: Robert Scott ligature?
Author: clarinetfreak 
Date:   1999-09-22 04:26

I have a ligature by Bob Scott and I think it's great!!! It has the bonade inverted ligature concept with the middle cut out. Also this ligature is made from a softer metal which gives a very warm sound.

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