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 Bore burnishing
Author: Koo Young Chung 
Date:   2006-08-19 12:26

I read somewhere here that the difference btw old calrinets and newer

clarinets are the meticulous burnishing. Is there truth in this?

What exactly does burnishing mean here?

Not that I'm going to try it,but just curious what's being done inside the bore.

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