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Clarinet origin

It would be easier if the instrument was in hand to figure it out.
Your best bet to ID the instrument is to take it to the best woodwind repair man or the largest woodwind selling music store in your area for an opinion. If you do not know of a repair man, contact your nearest AFM Musician's Union to get a referal. To find them check out this link-

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Aug 07, 2016 | Music

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Is the serial number J96107 a real serial number? I was told that they only went up to J96096.

As with any hardware, you need to supply a "brand name" or manufacturer and what the "model number" is. Of course, a model number is not a serial number. Even within a brand, each model may have its own set of serial numbers. I suggest you do a google search for "brand serial numbers" replacing the word brand with your specific brand. But here is a short cut that may serve you well:

If you want to try another type of direct google search for your:

If you do not know the brand, then try the type of instrument and serial numbers. That may offer you a list of different instrument brands with links to serial numbers associated with them. Here is a result for a search for clarinet serial numbers.

For example:

Aug 26, 2015 | Music

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Purchased clarinet new last week:-- so hard to play -- PLayed the Buffet e13 before is this normal for a new wooden one? I feel like a beginner and so does the tone seem incomplete???

You don't mention what type of clarinet you have bought. Without this info I cannot answer or even guess, my guesses are very well educated, what the problem is.

Jun 01, 2015 | Music

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Clarinet serial numbers

The Ambassador was their most successful student instrument. The serial number is usually on the back near the tenon joints. Olds Sons Serial Number Listings The link takes you to a list of their serial numbers and the dates manufactured.

May 06, 2014 | Music

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I have a Yamaha Clarinet serial number 004828 what does that mean?

Serial numbers used to be used to tell the age of instruments. It seems now with Yamaha they are used as a tracking number for accounts purposes.

Nov 20, 2013 | Yamaha Music

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Manual in english for bassoon stand

Here is what it should look like when put together. Can't find any manual for it, though.

Mar 03, 2013 | Meyer Konig and Bass Clarinet Bassoon...

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When I play my Bass Clarinet, the bottom joint won't play the higher octave. It will play everything except the 3rd octave B-E. I can't find any leaks.

usually If a certain note doesnot play the note before it is not seating correctly. Check all pads that they are sealing behind the bad notes, also make sure the octive key is sealing.

Feb 11, 2011 | Yamaha 5C Standard Bb Bass Clarinet...

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How do you assemble a clarinet , i have a clarinet and cant assemble the mouth piece

First you need to have the barrel inserted in the top joint of the clarinet. It is the cylinder with no keys. I recommend putting the reed on the mouthpiece before you insert the end of the mouthpiece in the barrel. Some cork grease (a small amount rubbed on the cork will help it slide in easier. If it is too loose you will need it to be recorked but you might get away with wrapping a strip of paper over the cork as a temporary fix. The reed should be on the bottom looking down the clarinet when it is assembled. Make sure you have a reed that is the correct strength for you. A 2 is a good starter. looking at the squarish hole that the reed covers slide the ligature(looks kind of like a hose clamp, is metal with usually two screws to tighten) over the mothpiece with the screws on the hole side. Wet the reed with your saliva and then gently and carefully slide the reed under the ligature so it rests on the flat surface of the mouthpiece with the thinnest end facing the tip or end that goes in your mouth ( not the cork end). Gently tighten the ligature screws down so it holds the reed firmly in place with the tip of the reed just matching the tip of the mouthpiece. Slide the mouthpiece cap over the reed and assembled mouthpiece to protect the reed while inserting the mouthpiece in the barrel. Grasp the mouthpiece in your left hand with your thumb poiting at the reed end of the mouthpiece. Grasp the barrel with your right hand and the thumb pointing at the end you will insert the mouthpiece. Gently start the corked end of the mouthpiece into the open end of the barrel. Using a twisting motion with your left hand push the mouthpiece into the barrel until it is completely seated with a very thin crack showing i9n the joint where the mouthpiece and barrel meet. Assembled properly the reed should rest on your bottom lip when the clarinet is in playing position.Here is a link with more help: Notice the ligature is different than I described as there are different designs. It doesn't really matter if the screws are on top or bottom. It is a matter of preference. Hope this helps. If the mouthpiece will not slide in at all it is the wrong one for your clarinet and you will have to take at least the barrel to a good musical instrument store to match a new one.

Apr 02, 2010 | Akai Ewi4000s Electronic Wind Instrument

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Problems setting midi channels using KN3000 and Cubase

If you are sequencing midi tracks you can imbed the patch change in the track and the midi channel assignment and when the sequence plays the info will be sent to the keyboard. Do you have it set to receive Omni?

Apr 23, 2009 | Music

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