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 Re: Clarinet gone horn.
Author: Chris P 
Date:   2008-12-21 09:01

The Chinese 103 copy was flat, so I've been chopping bits off it in an attempt to bring it up to pitch. I've turned it into my experimental horn so I can practice brass repair techniques on it.

I bought a used Holton 178 for a good price off eBay (and the seller only lives down the road from me!) which is so much easier to play in every respect.

Chris.

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