in a reasonable condition, it needs cleaning and service
This Clarinet is made by "Karl Hammerschmidt und Sohns", Burgau, Schwaben, Germany. Year of make unclear. Made of wood.
I got this Clarinet in the 1980s, from an auction. I'm not sure it is a B-clarinet.
The 5 parts fit a bit loose, and are not tight enough now to play the instrument right away. The instrument needs a good cleaning and service. The ligature is partly broken, the metal around one screw, see picture. Of course, the old reed (vandoren, paris) needs to be replaced.
The several parts have no cracks or other damage. Total length is 67cm.
The leather of the handle of the case is broken at one end. The case is made of wood frame, covered faux-leather carton and has a plate with "Melchior de Vries - Lier - Belgique - producer of musical instruments".
Will be sent fully insured.
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|Member since:||December 13, 2015|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically. Would you like to see an automatic translation?received with good conditions, fast shipment. Thanks
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically. Would you like to see an automatic translation?Bellissima stampa in buone condizioni, venditore super, grazie
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically. Would you like to see an automatic translation?très jolie impression tout à fait conforme aux photos.
Snelle levering - prima verpakt en ... mooie prent - ciao from Antwerp
tutto come descritto...buon venditore
|United Kingdom||$ 15.95|
|United States||$ 21.26|
|Rest of Europe||$ 14.88|
|Rest of the World||$ 21.26|
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