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Leblanc LB210 Bliss Bb Clarinet with Grenadilla Wood Body   (Used)

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      A clarinet designed to grow with the player.

      Designed by collaborative effort between clarinet virtuoso Julian Bliss and innovator Morrie Backun, the Bliss clarinets feature a bore that requires less air pressure but allows for incredible versatility, control, and playability. The model LB210 is a full grenadilla instrument with Backun-designed ringless barrel and bell. Protected by a mid-sized backpack style case, this instrument is the perfect step-up for all clarinetists.
      A unique visual feature of the Bliss clarinets is the optional black-nickel keys and pads. They give the clarinet a refined look and are tarnish resistant which will keep the clarinet looking great.


      LB210 Bliss Bb Clarinet with Grenadilla Wood Body Specifications:

      • Level: Intermediate
      • Key: Bb
      • Key System: Boehm
      • Key Plating: Black Nickel or Silver-Plated
      • Body Material: Grenadilla
      • Tone Holes: Over and Undercut
      • Barrel Material: Grenadilla, Ringless
      • Bell Material: Grenadilla, Ringless
      • Pads: Black Valentino
      • Includes: Backpack style case
      • Crafted In: USA
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      LeblancLB210 Bliss Bb Clarinet with Grenadilla Wood Body

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      (8 of 12 customers found this review helpful)


      Not so durable.

      By Kenan Jabr

      from New Orleans, LA

      Comments about Leblanc LB210 Bliss Bb Clarinet with Grenadilla Wood Body:

      I've had this Clarinet for over a year now, and I can safely say that is not so reliable. Anytime that the horn is played for more than three days consecutively, the notes in the lower register of the horn stop coming out. On a brighter note (No pun intended), it is great to use during performances when it has been put away long enough for the wood to adjust back from expansion. Overall, it's a good horn, but you need to have another clarinet to practice with.

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