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Superb clarinet (Yamaha - YCL-250)

By alechat, 01/08/2012
I write an opinion because there is error on the model.
This clarinet is in Bb and Eb not.
Resin body
- Matt finish imitation wood
- Barrel 65mm
- Nickel Keywork,
- Support thumb
- Valentino pads (no maintenance)
- Spout CL-4C

This instrument acclaimed by music schools and conservatories, has a very high quality manufacturing with a value "exceptional" ...

Flöten Lusthof's review (Buffet Crampon - Basse 1180 Bb)

By Flöten Lusthof, 11/03/2013
Bass clarinet grenadilla up to Eb, with a simple registry key it was the model for the study of Buffet Crampon until some years ago. It is no longer manufactured since.
Bought used a few months ago, I played almost every day since in band and chamber music, in groups of traditional music and the instrument courses. Before that, I played for years on an old Pedler a bit rotten ... I feel rediscover the instrument!

- Very soft and comfortable keywork, which falls well under the fingers.
- Good intonation, very homogeneous.
- Beautiful tone, especially in the bass.
- Possibility of adding a low D key on the roof and a double registry key (the chimney is already there).
- Well balanced, which is far from negligible when, like me, often playing up.
- Case solid, comfortable to wear, protects the instrument well.
- Presence of a picnic to play seated.
- Good performance of keywork, which disrupts a game despite some intensive and extensive travel.

- Down only Eb ... Fortunately, as I write above, you can add a key re.
- Some strangled acute, it takes a bit for stuff inside out round and full. It will certainly be better in a few months when it will be a little open (the guy that I bought almost did not play).
- Support of thumb does not quite: it is adjustable in height, but the screw that holds it tends to relax when the instrument is a little "worn" on the go. It never happens when playing seated, obviously.

For the price that I got this instrument is placed far ahead of resin models from Yamaha and Jupiter. Nothing to do, a wooden instrument, that changes everything!
Obviously, compared to a Selmer Privilege in C (which I often do), the Buffet sounds less "big" ... However, for an instrument of this range, I would do without hesitation that choice.

dansax's review (Noblet Paris - CLARINETTE 23 TROUS)

By dansax, 09/06/2006
It is no longer for sale ..... I bought !!!! she is beautiful!

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