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 Eflat Clarinet
Author: Jody 
Date:   2022-06-25 23:11

I just bought a 1956 Selmer Cener Tone eflat with an *HS mouthpiece. When I play the clarion register, it sounds like I’m already at the altissimo register of the eflat. I’m new to the eflat, but I’ve played bflat for several years. Mind you, I bought and returned a student eflat because I new I would want a better tone. I could play all three registers on that clarinet without difficulty. I have used a different mouthpiece, ligature, and reed. But the problem still persists. I’m guessing it is me, but might be my clarinet. What should I check on myself, as well as the instrument to determine my problem. The tone of the instrument is beautiful when I get the notes out. This was a completely refurbished instrument, new pads, new corks. Thank you for your help.

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