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 Martin Freres
Author: Marlene 
Date:   1999-09-19 05:08

I have a Martin Freres Clarinet purchased used 30 years ago. Is this a good instrument? Should I refurbish it for my 10 year old to learn to play? It was not played a lot, I think it only needs pads and new cork.

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