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 Chipped tenon
Author: notthatricardo 
Date:   2019-04-15 15:25
Attachment:  P1010408.JPG (1537k)

I've just bought an inexpensive alto clarinet which plays very nicely but has some damage to the bore of the upper joint just inside the tenon - a couple of chips (one shown in photo) and a third smaller chip about an inch up from the tenon.
I believe the instrument is made of ebonite, but it might be plastic.
Worth getting repaired?

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 Re: Chipped tenon
Author: Caroline Smale 
Date:   2019-04-16 01:32

Looks to be a very simple repair. Should not cost too much.

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