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Bought clarinet at estate sale. Buffet Crampon case. Serial number 829892. What is this.

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That's the serial #. I can't look up any Yamaha info by serial #. I you go to www.yamaha.com click on musical instruments, then support, you can call or email them directly to get model, product info, owners guides can be downloaded, warranty info and replacement parts can be found. It's a very user friendly site. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Purchased Buffet r13 (serial # 555623) new, six

The model designation for R13s is not usually on the upper and lower joints. If it was a Prestige, Tosca etc, it might have a little metal plaque on the top joint, but not on a regular R13.

Perhaps you could try a different repair technician - your run of the mill instrument repair person (even the guy who works where you bought it!) may not have the skills needed to really fine tune a professional instrument.

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SOURCE: I have a Buffet clarinet

Music they say is beautiful to the ears but this beauty only comes out as a result of the precision which is produced by the combination of the various components which make up a musical instrument. The various mouth pieces go through a different procedure in their making therefore produce a different sound. To produce the best sound for your device it will be best for you to get the exchange if it is the exact thing for your unit. Here is a link to help you read a little more about Van Doren's lagatures
http://www.hangbolt.com/images/tartozek/Vandoren.pdf.
http://www.vandoren.com/en/ANIM/catalogues2010/Catalogue%20Vandoren%202010%20Anglais.pdf
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