Cascio Interstate Music Serving Musicians Since 1946! These early models are famous for not only clarity in the response, but produce a dark tone that modern instruments can only envy. Please do not pay the flat rate shipping if you do not reside in the lower 48 United States. I would not have paid for the overhaul otherwise. That seems right to me and I appreciate your knowledge of such things. Then the barrel wouldn't come off after I would play because the wood was left too tight at the base of that tenon.
A new B12 currently retails at £350 + This instrument has been completely stripped down. Double bladder fish skin pads. All I can tell you then is that in the New Buffet Description, the E-13 comes with a 65mm and the R-13 comes with a 66mm. Why would you want to buy a used clarinet? The pre R13s are very nice instruments. It's also an ideal instrument for any doubler.
Please read the entire item description and examine all of the pictures carefully before bidding. If there is no response the buyer will be reported to eBay. Integral barrel, as you can see it is very elegant, it has a four digit serial number, but is worn away and is very difficult to determine but looks like B902 and dates to around C1887 Condition. Everything is in perfect working order. Clarinet has been fully Overhauled.
I recently sold my R13 for more than what I paid for it new in if I remember correct 1991. We will include two new sealed Vandoren reeds. It is ebano wood in very good condition. Their instruments are usually in very good repair too and can be reviewd, playtested, etc before purchase. The condition of the instrument is pretty much as nice as I can make it for this instrument. Please note that we cannot guarantee the clarinet's functionality as we do not have the means to test it.
It does not mar the external appearance or playability. Bb Clarinet dating to approximately 1890+ give or take a couple of years. Thanks for looking and as above. Even though the R13 was officially introduced in 1955 some versions of it apparently existed beforehand, though 1955 was the official final production design. How can you really tell what is what?. If this is not designated then it defaults to 440.
Hawaii, Puerto Rico and all other U. Buffet made the model until 1981 or 82 with significant design changes over the years when they changed the designation to the E13. Gold Buffet lettering is strong and sharp on bell. I recommend this instrument for intermediate students. Description This auction is for a Buffet Professional Level Wood Bass Clarinet. It has not been played in 30 years or so; the pads areall intact but I am not an expert to determine their playing condition.
This page also has a terrific list of early serial numbers. Bruises and scratches have been filled sandned and buffed and polished. RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk%601d72f%2Bjw%60hquvg%3Eg-14722b1cd4a-0x10d- We are a family business and have been selling on e b a y for the past 12 years. The wood was the biggest difference between the E-13 nd the R-13. Recently overhauled with new leather pads. And spring tensions finely adjusted for perfect playing order.
This is Antique and collectable. So to mattimus9, don't be confused by this post and think that an old clarinet must sell for less than when it was new. Also, I wouldn't let the model of the horn determine how the work is done. Not available to purchase on-line without making contact beforehand. It had a laundry list of issues, but after about 40 hours of work, this is now an amazing instrument I am happy to pass on to a serious player of the bass clarinet.
The instrument does seem earlier than 1928 for a number of reasons. See this page on Buffet history at. The original company was founded in 1939. Some have thought that apprentices or less experienced craftsmen were running the tools and assembling the instruments. But it does not affect the play or sound of the instrument.
As a result, it may be safely assumed that anything from 61,000 was manufacturered with this design in mind. Buffet states, however, that approximately 3000 units per year were manufactured during this period. A fabulous example of this top professional marque with range to low Eb. We are woodwind specialists with decades of combined experience. Buffet clarinets became widely recognized for their award-winning quality as early as the 1889 Universal Exhibition in Paris. This clarinet was donated to me. In its condition it is well worth half of that.