02/13/2013

Clarinet Reeds Guide

Reeds Reeds can be one of the most frustrating, but important, parts of playing any woodwind instrument. Reeds are expensive, and many times parents opt for the cheapest box of reeds available but this can have serious effects on a young player’s musical development. Cheap reeds can be stuffy and hard to play, making it […]

02/11/2013

Clarinet Mouthpieces and Ligatures

Mouthpiece Setup Your mouthpiece setup (Reed, Ligature, & Mouthpiece) is a critical component of any total instrument setup, and may be more important than the clarinet itself in the early stages of playing. Assuming the main body of the clarinet working properly, spending a little extra time and money on mouthpiece setup can greatly improve […]

02/04/2013

Choosing the Best Clarinet Brands

We stock a wide variety of clarinet brands appropriate for absolute beginners through the most consummate professionals. We’ve created this clarinet buyer’s guide to the instruments we carry to help you make an informed decision on what instrument is right for you. As always, if you have any questions feel free to call our clarinet […]

11/16/2012

Humidification of Woodwinds In Dry Weather

With winter months upon us, a concern with many woodwind players is keeping their instrument properly maintained in dry weather. This is especially important for wood oboes, the instrument most prone to cracking in extreme conditions. Clarinets are less prone to cracking, and bassoons almost never do, and plastic instrument will never crack due to […]

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