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Could I get some more info on a Yamaha clarinet with a model/serial number of 025270A

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    This clarinet is about 55 years old. Case says Bundy. The serial number is stamped on the clarinet and the word France is stamped in the mouthpiece cover.

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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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