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 Re: Importance of optional keywork
Author: Willy 
Date:   2014-09-28 23:50

Hello,
I am looking to buy a German-system bassoon.
I think about buying a Moosmann bassoon. The model 100 is a student bassoon,
the model 150 is a more advanced instrument. These are the European models,
I understand that in the US model 100 is more like a model 150 in the EU and the Us model
150 is more like the EU model 200.
The EU 100 has a more basic keywork (options are available) while the EU 150 has what Moosmann calls "all the bells and whistles".
Seen my modest capabilities (the only thing advanced about me is probably my age :-)
I have my doubt about the major step upward in investment for the Moosmann 150,
But since I can't judge this myself I look forward to your opinion on this matter.
Sincerely,
Willy

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Willy 2014-10-28 19:53 
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