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 Lee Springer barrel
Author: golfnclarinet 
Date:   2010-06-26 01:58

I have one 6-7+67.
It looks like wood but not sure.

What does this number mean?
67 could be it's length.

Is this wood or what?

Thanks in advance.

This barrel works very well with one of my mouthpieces on R13.

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 Re: Lee Springer barrel
Author: Ed Palanker 
Date:   2010-06-26 13:27

Yes the 67 means it's that long. Generally that's a longer barrel but I use a 67 on my Buffets, my Selmer takes a 62.5 as a comparison. Most Buffet players use 65s and 66s but that varies from player, instrument and mouthpiece. I think they are made of wood but I'm not sure, perhaps someone else that owns one can let you know. ESP http://eddiesclarinet.com

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 Re: Lee Springer barrel
Author: Arnoldstang 
Date:   2010-06-26 13:37

My Springer is definitely synthetic and not wood.

Freelance woodwind performer

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