I know I am going to be laughed at.

I know I am going to be laughed at.

    
I know I am going to be laughed at.    04:02 on Sunday, June 19, 2016          

Adrian1962
(1 point)
Posted by Adrian1962

Hi guys, I need advice,
I have always been fascinated by Clarinet and Saxophone and stumbled across a Clarinet for $75.00 yesterday. Upon getting it home I realised after a search of the maker that it is actually a CSO. It is a Parrot and has the number Q4706 stamped in it.
I am pretty sure I have been taken for a ride and as it was Cash Converters I am actually not surprised.
I have tried playing it and have managed to play an E (wow). Any advice would be greatly ppreciated.
Thank you
Adrian


Re: I know I am going to be laughed at.    12:03 on Wednesday, June 29, 2016          

DominicaRep888-
(1 point)
Posted by DominicaRep888-

Hello Adrian

You can take your Parrott to a music store that not only sell clarinets, but have a technician that repairs them. Let them examine your Parrott and they can tell you if there is any thing wrong with it.

I taught my self how to play the basics on a clarinet by hiring a children's video. For example: Play Clarinet Today (Amazon)
https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=play+clarinet+today&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Aplay+clarinet+today
You can also buy children’s beginners to progressive levels book, called: Teach Your Self How to Play (Kindle Edition).

When you have learnt the basics, have at least two lessons once in a while to check your progression and to get advice etc.

Dominica Republic


Re: I know I am going to be laughed at.    05:48 on Tuesday, July 12, 2016          

cynthiamyra
(27 points)
Posted by cynthiamyra

Take your Parrott to a technician who repairs them. He can tell if there is any problem with it.


Re: I know I am going to be laughed at.    05:07 on Tuesday, July 19, 2016          

cynthiamyra
(27 points)
Posted by cynthiamyra

Thanks for sharing information here.


Re: I know I am going to be laughed at.    15:57 on Monday, August 15, 2016          

VerlaCorrea54
(28 points)
Posted by VerlaCorrea54

Thanks will definitely check out both books.


   




This forum: Older: Where can I find modern waltz music for clarinet
 Newer: Wood or Plastic?

© 2000-2017 8notes.com