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 Ridenour Lyrique chip...
Author: Maruja 
Date:   2018-02-21 21:26

I have just chipped or nicked a very small piece of ebonite/hard rubber off the tenon which goes into the barrel, just above the cork. Is this a problem? Things seem to sound OK.

I have saved the chip which is only a millimetre or two in length in case it is needed by a technician. I am surprised that this has happened - it was a small tap when I was dismantling the clarinet to put it away...

Maruja

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