Selmer Special Signet Clarinet
 

Selmer Special Signet Clarinet

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Selmer Special Signet Clarinet    21:51 on Friday, July 20, 2012 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

yeahhhboiieslice
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I just purchased a $30 selmer special signet at a thrift store. I saw it as a real steal since it was all wooden amd all the keys seemed to work perfectly. However I know I'm gonna need to get it repadded and I have to put new cork on the top half. I own a Buffet R13 so I thought this could be my back up clarinet. Anyway I've been trying to do some research on it and I know it hasn't been played in a long time. The reed in the case was a Rico V2 and I know this clarinet was made around in the I just purchased a $30 selmer special signet at a thrift store. I saw it as a real steal since it was all wooden amd all the keys seemed to work perfectly. However I know I'm gonna need to get it repadded and I have to put new cork on the top half. I own a Buffet R13 so I thought this could be my back up clarinet. Anyway I've been trying to do some research on it and I know it hasn't been played in a long time. The reed in the case was a Rico V2 and I knownu this clarinet was made around in the 60s any way I would like to.know if anyone else knows anything thing about the selmer special. The serial number is 9810. Thank you

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Re: Selmer Special Signet Clarinet    14:34 on Sunday, July 22, 2012 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

clarinet99
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Log on to < clarinet bulletin board > and ask there.

   

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