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 Which mechanism is essential?
Author: SarahC 
Date:   2017-03-08 01:33

Okay...

My dream oboe to try would be the fox 300... but as it is both outside my price bracket.. and nowhere in Aus that sells it...

Can you please tell me what you believe is 'essential' mechanism.

All my grade 8 pieces are covered by the mechanism of the S20c....

so I'm not sure how essential the rest is!

Thanks in advance.

And PS... would resin actually be sturdier.. or would it just be harder to fix if it broke?

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