Bass Clarinet (Low C)

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Listed:4 months ago
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Olympia Clarinet One
OLYMPIA, WA, United States
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This  Low-C Bass Clarinet (ACL 392) made by Amati Kraslice -- probably in 1950s,  has a grenadilla wood body, and silver plated keys.  This is a Czech republic made  professional instrument.  It has a left and right hand Eb key, plus thumb keys for the lowest notes (see photos)  This vintage instrument has been refurbished and well maintained.  It comes with two pegs, one for sitting and one for standing. Two cracks in the upper joint (common for such a large wooden instrument) have been repaired many years ago. The instrument plays well and has a very nice sound. See video. 

I am selling it since I no longer focus primarily on bass clarinet.  I have played the instrument for four years.  It has been looked after by great technicians. This will be a perfect instrument for an intermediate to advanced player in a band or orchestra who wants that rich low sound.  See video.   Contact seller for more videos.  Only one can be listed here.    

The bass clarinet comes in a Wiseman model A case, suitable for securely carrying the bass clarinet PLUS 2 other Bb or A clarinets.   The instrument is snug in this case, not loose. Wiseman cases are hard to find.   Dimensions around 9"x 7"x 34".  The case is in very good shape. Minor leather wear on corners, hinge in excellent shapes, Velcro closures working well, 2 heavy duty leather shoulder straps are in excellent condition.  See photos. 

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