So, I'm a flute player, and honestly have no clue about anything with Clarinets, but I have two old ones. They've just been sitting around. I'm pretty sure they are old student models, but I have no way to be positive.
on the first joint the outer side has the "Bundy" emblem, and the back on the bottom has the letters 518436
I'm pretty sure it is made of plastic.
on the first joint it also has the Bundy emblem with the number 577, and on the back at the bottom, the numbers 1499039.
and the bell has the Bundy symbol with the word "resonite." and "the selmer company"
If you could help me that would be fantastic, thank you!
Re: Old Clarinets 11:49 on Thursday, April 12, 2012
I've had a student model buffet crampon clarinet since 1996. Still sounds good. What you have to be worried about are the needles that help cover the holes. Maintenance can get expensive. I'm still annoyed about a crack on my clarinet after getting it serviced years ago. Other than that, they're pretty tough instrument unless you like throwing it around.
Re: Old Clarinets 13:32 on Tuesday, November 27, 2012