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 Stuffy Clarion B
Author: Exiawolf 
Date:   2018-02-05 01:32


I recently got a few pads on my clarinet replaced, one of them being the register key pad. My upper register overall feels a bit stuffy compared to the past, but most apparently on third line B, where I hear much more air than compared to before. Does the thickness of the register key pad effect the sound quality of the clarion register? And if so should I just get a thinner pad?


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