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    I just bought a used Yamaha clarinet, I started on clarinet and piano but switched to guitar and voice when I was 19...time for a revisit. In truth I've always thought the clarinet was underrated as a rock / pop instrument as it's warmer, smoother, less harsh and more woody-resonant than sax.
    I've been posting here for years, but lost everything with HC 2.0!

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    Particularly when it's played well, the clarinet can have a sound that works for all kinds of music.

    It's naturally huge range also means that you won't have to struggle to fit it into a given key or register.
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      Thanks for replying I thought the thread was lost! I still have to pick up some reeds for the beast...this is my first resin clarinet, as the one I used for years was wood and kinda fell apart / wore out (Boosey & Hawkes).

      Suggestions on reeds?
      I've been posting here for years, but lost everything with HC 2.0!

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        I don't really know much about reeds. It seems to me that when clarinetists use harder reeds, they sound better to my ears.
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