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 Alto Stand
Author: Ken in DC 
Date:   1999-08-24 12:55

I am playing in a concert and doubling on Bb and alto clarinet. I am trying to find a stand that will hold the alto that might also have a peg for the Bb (although I have a peg stand for it already, it would be nice to just have one). I have searched the web with no success. Any ideas?

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 RE: Alto Stand
Author: Arnold the basset hornist 
Date:   1999-08-24 15:32

Well, I play basset horn an most basset hornist I've seen use a 'bassoon stand' if they use one at all.
I did different. I made my own stand (easy metal work) out of some aliminum square tubes (20 mm), aluminum band (20 mm * 2 mm), self adhesive felt, a couple screws and (last but not least) a wooden clarinet cone with two steel wings as feet (I used theese feed again).

Perhaps you can see this stand on the pictures I allready mailed to "Nicole Y." - I do not know wheater she has allready inserted into her home page nor I remember her URL.

Let me know, if you need more info.

Arnold (the basset hornist)

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 RE: Alto Stand
Author: Gary Van Cott 
Date:   1999-08-24 18:26

I use a Konig & Meyers bassoon stand for my alto clarinet and it works great. However, my alto clarinet has a peg and most don't.

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 RE: Alto Stand
Author: Cathy 
Date:   1999-08-24 19:37

I also double on alto and soprano and I have never been able to find a commercial stand for my alto. I cringe every time I have to set my alto down. I would love to see a stand available for the alto clarinet

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 RE: Alto Stand
Author: Nicole Y. 
Date:   1999-08-24 22:47

Arnold,
I have, in fact, put up one of your pictures. Although I do confess that I *gulp* have not been keeping up with that promise to myself to update my page on the clarinet. So, if you want to see what I have...*I really must update it sometime.* You can go to http://i.am/the_eternity or http://listen.to/iamtheone or http://thunder.prohosting.com/~nikki/ *Note to self, cut down on url redirection.*

The Freshman,
Nicole Y.

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 RE: Alto Stand - forgot to say
Author: Arnold the basset hornist 
Date:   1999-08-25 07:13

I forgot to say, if your stand has a plane, horizontal metal-surface (on any leg) you may drill a thread (5 mm if metric) there to screw in a "traditional wooden clarinet cone" - thats what I did.
The sax stands I know offer allready such an thread. But I didn't take a sax stand in which to "hang in" the basset horn at the bell only - and perhaps the water runs into the holes if the instuments is stored in a "forward angle" position (neck over the bell).

Perhaps I'll make a technical drawing of my stand the next weeks. (Would you prefer HPGL, DXF or TIFF-g4 output?)

Arnold (the basset hornist)


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 RE: Alto Stand - forgot to say
Author: Mark Charette 
Date:   1999-08-25 12:09

Arnold - when/if you get the drawing ready, please feel free to put it in the Uploads section here on Sneezy. I created that section specifically for this kind of thing (large files we want to share).

Cheers,
Mark C.

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 RE: Alto Stand - forgot to say
Author: Ken in DC 
Date:   1999-08-25 13:20

If you could post it here, that would be great. That way, any others who need one can get the info, too. Thanks.

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 RE: Alto Stand
Author: Daniel 
Date:   1999-08-26 00:10

Best thing i could suggest is the K&M bass clarinet stand. It has adjustable height for the brace that the horn leans against. But it still doesn't have a peg for Bb.

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 RE: Alto Stand
Author: mike 
Date:   1999-08-30 10:45

I made mine out of wood, with a coating of rubber. it took both horns, individually, or together. the rubber I used was actually a coating used for waterproofing electrical connections. good luck

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