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 Jerome Thibouville-Lamy clarinet markings
Author: ldmagain 
Date:   2020-09-07 19:28

Can anyone share information regarding JTL markings? I have a C ( I think because it's marked with C on both joints) but I haven't played it yet because I'm restoring it. Also, It is marked CF on both upper and lower joints under key hardware. Another marking is a number 77 on the bell below the JTL stamp.

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 Re: Jerome Thibouville-Lamy clarinet markings
Author: modernicus 
Date:   2020-11-20 22:42

I have a probably late 19th c. JTL Albert system, HP Bb that is marked "B" on the joints, so yes, I assume the "C" probably means it's a C clarinet, if the length looks plausible. What key style is it?

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