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Kohlert Model 430 Student Bb Clarinet
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The Kohlert 430E Clarinet is in the key of Bb. Brushed-finish ebonite body, power-forged nickel silver keys, nickel silver bell ring, undercut toneho...Click To Read More About This Product
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Solid entry-level performance.
The Kohlert 430E Clarinet is in the key of Bb. Brushed-finish ebonite body, power-forged nickel silver keys, nickel silver bell ring, undercut toneholes, traditional sculptured spatula keys, and 17 keys and 6 rings (Boehm system). Includes deluxe plush-lined wood case with metal-reinforced corners, mouthpiece, ligature, cap, and cleaning swab.
- Key of Bb
- Brushed-finish ebonite body
- Undercut toneholes
- Power-forged nickel silver keys
- Traditional sculptured spatula keys
- 17 keys 6 rings
- Boehm system
- Nickel silver bell ring
- Professional setup and quality check
- Lifetime guarantee
- Includes deluxe plush-lined wood case with metal-reinforced corners
- Cleaning swab
Reviewed by 6 customers
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This Clarinet is very well built and is very well sounding. The only bad thing is theirs not a lot of storage space, to put your reeds and stuff. The case is very good and constructed well. I'm a begginer myself and only in the 7th grade.
I am happy with Kohlert products. However the music lyre purchased with the Model 430 clarinet was not usable with the Model 430. The space between the key mechanism and the body of the instrument was to small to allow for the lyre to be connected to the instrument. I spent a lot of time at a local welding shop to try and adjust this. Alas it was not to be. My daughter now memorizes all her marching music for want of a lyre (a bad thing?). I am very happy with my Kohlert tenor sax.
This clarinet is easy to learn and play with and it helps when you've got an ebonite body to horld on to when you are playing. I recommend it for all clarinet playing musicians, because of its beautiful tone, perfect keys, and body of ebonite. It holds the key to great music and "pure Awsomeness!"
I was a little suspisious of a clarinet being this cheap, but I couldn't believe the quality when I bought it. It's amazing and I strongly incourage anyone to buy it.
this clarinet is amazing it even comes with a case.
I love my new clarinet- just delivered yesterday- It seems to be very well constructed- as is the hardshell case. This is my first reed instrument, so that aspect was slightly daunting. When I pulled it from the case and was anxious to get the first notes out of it, there are no instructions, and so I highly recommend the Hal Leonard book Essential Elements for clarinet- it includes BOTH a CD and an excellent DVD start-up video, and play along exercises- a real bargain for the price- I also suggest you order some extra reeds- because there's only one included. Also a stand would be good- so that it can be left assembled out of the case-I already play a little piano, guitar, flute and recorder- so that made things easier- and I was playing along with the DVD exercises right off- You get a real feel for how the horn is supposed to sound from them. No problems with jumping the octave here- unlike the tenor recorder I own.It's very satisfying to have another quality instrument that I don't think will be too difficult to play- I love it.