Clarinets

 Swabs:

Swabs
The most common swab is nowadays the pull through swab. Avoid the traditionally used wool or silk swab with a wooden or wire handle. Fine deer are released from the swab and fastened to the tone holes. This again draws water and closes the tone holes.

Life expectation and intonation issues
The right choice of the swab has a great influence on the state of the instrument. The blurring is probably the main reason why instruments are blown out prematurely. Wiped out would be probably a better expression. In the course of the year, his instrument was quickly swabbed 10,000 times. The tighter the swab goes through the bore; the more friction it has. This will increase the bore diameter and causes problems for the sound:

1. It becomes less focused
2. It will sound open, bright and harsh.
3. The pitch will get sharper.
4. The instrument looses its resistance
Should you have any problems, this can be addressed. Bore replacement information

We strongly recommend using a or Microfiber transducer, which reads easily through the drill bit, but can absorb the moisture.
Learn more about swabbing properly


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BG
A30
 
Buffet Crampon
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Cotton swab with weight
 
Buffet Crampon
Body and neck
Set of 2 swab for body and neck
 
Buffet Crampon
CB
Bass clarinet microfiber
 
Buffet Crampon
CB
Bass clarinet cloth in red microfiber
 
Buffet Crampon
CB
Bass clarinet swab red microfiber
 
Buffet Crampon
CB
swab for saxophone and bass clarinet, microfibre
 
Buffet Crampon
CB
Polish closh Untreated
 
Buffet Crampon
Divine
Divine Clarinet microfiber - full absorption - Nano-technology
 
Buffet Crampon
E12F
Clarinette E12F microfiber
 
Buffet Crampon
Sib
Swab chamoe style
 
Buffet Crampon
Tosca
Tosca Clarinet microfiber
 
Selmer
Black
BLACK BASS CLAR SWAB
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