What type of professional Clarinet should I get if one day I can?

What type of professional Clarinet should I get if one day I can?

    
What type of professional Clarinet should I get if one day I can?    17:12 on Wednesday, September 27, 2017          

Tomy56739
(1 point)
Posted by Tomy56739

Right now I own a Bb student clarinet and I got very good in the clarinet. I've been playing the Clarinet for 2 and a half years and soon might want to get a professional Clarinet so I can sound better. I've heard that there are Basset Clarinets. Are there ones in Bb? That could be useful when I transcribe a song to Clarinet and have to play those deep notes and play the KV622 Concerto Mozart played (of course I'd have to transcribe it). The reason I don't want an A, but a Bb one is because all my classmates in school are Bb and most songs are written for Bb Clarinet. Please help me.

Thank you.


Re: What type of professional Clarinet should I get if one day I can?    23:29 on Wednesday, October 04, 2017          

tmheimer
(60 points)
Posted by tmheimer

Buffet R13 or any model. Cost for my 3: 1971: $260 1979: $520 Canadian 1999: $1,997 U.S.
Now: God knows what.


Re: What type of professional Clarinet should I get if one day I can?    14:34 on Friday, October 06, 2017          

contra448
(770 points)
Posted by contra448

I think you will find that bassett clarinets are only made in A. Re transposing to play A parts on a Bb you will be in very awkward keys.

Ian


Re: What type of professional Clarinet should I get if one day I can?    16:04 on Sunday, November 19, 2017          

ClariCat
(1 point)
Posted by ClariCat

Backun
Royal Musical
Buffet
Yamaha
Selmer
Ridenour
Leblanc
are all good brands to buy from


Re: What type of professional Clarinet should I get if one day I can?    11:31 on Wednesday, November 22, 2017          

contra448
(770 points)
Posted by contra448

Selmer - always go for Selmer Paris models rather than US models.


   




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