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Buffet Crampon Tosca A Clarinet
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The Buffet Crampon Tosca series was created in a collaborative effort between Buffet Crampon luthiers and artists such as Michael Arrignon, Romain Gu...Click To Read More About This Product
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Superior sound quality, intonation and tone.
The Buffet Crampon Tosca series was created in a collaborative effort between Buffet Crampon luthiers and artists such as Michael Arrignon, Romain Guyot, Pascal Moragu¨s, Guy Deplus, and Paul Meyer. The result is a clarinet designed for the 21st century with incomparable style and elegance.The Tosca is the evolutionary result of advanced materials and manufacturing techniques. It has a warm, velvety sound and extremely consistent intonation at either 440 or 442 Hz as it comes with two barrels. The keywork is shaped for a comfortable and a natural feel. It is made with a low F correction key to better match instruments holding down the low end of the ensemble, Gore-Tex and cork pads, and select grenadilla or Green Line bodies.
Most clarinetists purchasing an instrument with this level of distinction have particular preferences in terms of mouthpieces, so the Tosca Bb Clarinet is priced and shipped without one. A fine quality French-made HB ligature is included. The HB is a silver-plated metal ligature that is very easy-blowing and provides a round, centered and brilliant sound as well as a superior detaché in the upper register. NOTE: Buffet does not include a mouthpiece with this instrument.
- Premium materials
- Two barrels
- Silver-plated keys
- Gore-Tex and cork pads
- Case, swab and HB ligature included
Elegance and character reside alongside mechanical excellence.
Tosca A Clarinet
- Level: Artisan
Pitch: 440/442 (2 Barrels)
Barrel, Body, and Bell Material: Premium Grenadilla or Green Line Composite
Barrel Size: 66mm and 65mm
Special Features s: Eb Lever, Low F correction, Raised C#/G# tone holes
Tone holes: Undercut
Includes: Case, ligature, and care products
Crafted In France