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 Re: clarinet changes after "playing-in"
Author: kdk 2017
Date:   2017-10-30 20:31

LC007 wrote:

> I am wondering can a clarinet's tone change after having been
> played-in for a while? - even a short while?
> I know guitars improve with playing but that takes years.
In my opinion (which is all you'll get for a topic like this), yes. I don't really know why, and it might not be measurably true, but my auxiliary clarinets, that I don't play often, seem to become easier to play over a few days' playing. Is it the clarinet or is it me getting more used to the instrument? Don't know.

I must say, I don't notice this so much with my saxes (obviously almost all metal), which I don't play for months at a time.


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