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 Re: Lined oboes vs. synthetic top joint oboes
Author: Chris P 
Date:   2021-03-26 21:17

It's the best of both worlds and a much better sense of security having a lined top joint.

While lined bores and synthetic top joints have been a popular option with oboes, clarinet makers have been slow on the uptake and wooden clarinet top joints are just as likely to crack. I think only Yamaha and Selmer are the big name makers who offer lined top joint bores on some, but not all of their clarinets.

Chris.

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