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|GUEST,Neovo||Clarinets (26)||RE: Clarinets||20 Jun 07|
Sorry - did it again! If they are that old I would recommend you seek advice from your repairer before spending a lot of money on them. As Guest Paul Burke suggests, even if nominally in B flat they may be in "old", that is high pitch and incompatible with modern low pitch instruments. Get them checked out before spending any money. If you can barely get a sound out that could indicate major leaks = much money.