Re: Bb Bass Clarinet.

Re: Bb Bass Clarinet.

Re: Bb Bass Clarinet.    15:42 on Tuesday, June 19, 2007          

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Posted by laeta_puella

the tenor sax reeds really aren't off topic- they could be the problem. (or part of it)


out of curiosity, (NOT trying to criticize anyone) when you refer to your teacher, do you mean a general band teacher, or a specialized private lesson clarinetist sort of teacher?

Re: Bb Bass Clarinet.    09:05 on Thursday, June 21, 2007          

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Posted by Triforce

Well i play bari sax and i use an oboe reed.... lets think about that. i cant see how thats gonna help any... bass clarient= bass clarient reeds...
theres my 2 cents....
by the way, i dont play bass clarinet, but my amazing friend who does is standing behind me... just thought you should know.

Re: Bb Bass Clarinet.    15:55 on Wednesday, October 10, 2007          

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Posted by Zcrum

Hi, I am somewhat new to Bass Clar, but I found something that that really helped. It's called a Contabass Clarinet. I have no idea what happened when I played that ridiculus(but cool) instument, but my tounging was easier and my tone was much inproved when I switched back to regular bass. YOU MUST buy bass clarinet reeds, your teach has no idea what they are talking about.


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