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Band Instruments: Clarinets

Clarinets- Joinin' the Band? Get started or upgrade your instrument with some of our selections.


Palatino Clarinet Palatino Clarinet- "Designed with the student and the teacher in mind. The Palatino clarinet is built for durability and playability. High-impact plastic is used to ensure the clarinet is safe in the hands of any student. It has a sweet, expressive tone that will please any teacher. Nickel plated keys. Includes molded case. "
Amati ACL-201 Bb Student Clarinet Amati ACL-201 Bb Student Clarinet- "Key of Bb. 17 nickel-plated keys, .574" bore, 6 rings, and rugged plastic construction. This is ideal for the beginning clarinet student. It is precision-molded in ABS resins. The body is hand-finished. Keys are laid out with the student's hand size as the primary consideration. Pressure-fitted bell rings produce a powerful, easy-playing instrument. High-quality springs and pads combined with good intonation allow young players to progress rapidly. Comes with case, mouthpiece, cleaning swab, metal cap, and ligature."
Jupiter 931N Parisienne Clarinet Jupiter 931N Parisienne Clarinet - "Key of Bb. .577" bore; grenadilla wood body, bell, and barrel; nickel plated keys; premium mechanisms; polished bore, and adjustable thumb rest. Includes deluxe case."
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