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How to maintain a wood clarinet2022-09-27
Woodwinds include flute, oboe, clarinet, platoon, and bass, such as the wood clarinet. They all have a hollow tube that blows air out. Woodwinds get their name from the fact that they were originally made of wood, but now many woodwinds, like wood clarinet, are also made of metal and plastic.Read Details
What are the characteristics of a wood clarinet2022-09-20
The clarinet is a woodwind instrument, also known as a wood clarinet. Usually made of African black wood, it is made of wood, hard rubber, or metal. The wood clarinet has a beak-shaped mouthpiece and a circular hollow. The tube body is composed of five detachable tube bodies. The tube body is cylindrical and the lower end is an open bell mouth.Read Details
How to maintain the wood clarinet2022-09-13
How to care for wood clarinet? Wooden clarinets may crack or be difficult to assemble due to rapid changes in temperature and humidity. Such a situation will cause the keys and the tube to crack, please pay attention to the following points:Read Details
Whether to oil composite wood clarinet2022-04-20
The problem of oiling the pipes of composite wood clarinet is worth talking about. Many composite wood clarinet lovers agree that oiling is a must. Some foreign professionals have exchanged understanding of the maintenance-related issues of a composite wood clarinet. According to the specific situation, it is necessary to point out that although the oiling ring has a great effect on the crack prevention of composite wood clarinet, it is important but not necessary.Read Details
Precautions when using composite wood clarinet2022-04-19
Regarding the details of composite wood clarinet performance and maintenance, an important factor in composite wood clarinet splits is breaking. Although it sounds like a very low-level mistake, there are indeed many composite wood clarinet cracks due to carelessness.Read Details
Highly recommended for all composite wood clarinet players to purchase and use an instrument stand. When temporarily laying down the composite wood clarinet, be sure to place it on a dedicated instrument stand and place the instrument stand in a corner that is unlikely to be accidentally touched.
Protective measures for composite wood clarinet2022-04-18
Although there is no 100% guarantee to avoid cracking in composite wood clarinet, the following measures can also effectively reduce the chance of composite wood clarinet cracking:Read Details
In the first week of using the new composite wood clarinet, the playing time should not exceed 15 minutes per day; in the second week, it is recommended to play once in the morning and evening for 15 minutes each time; then gradually increase the playing time. This process can be seen as a break-in period for a new clarinet.
Explanation of the possible cracking of composite wood clarinet2022-04-15
The potential factor for cracking in composite wood clarinet is related to the body structure of the clarinet. The composite wood clarinet tube body is composed of a red inner wall and a black outer wall. The expansion coefficient of the composite wood clarinet tube inner wall is larger than that of the outer tube wall and the expansion rate is faster. When the inner wall expands excessively and the outer wall does not change much, the tension of the inner expansion will tear the outer wall, resulting in cracks. There are two potential factors that can induce composite wood clarinet cracking:Read Details