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Owner´s Manual for clarinet

This manual provides you with basic care and maintenance instructions so you can get the most out of your instrument. We hope you will read this carefully to help alleviate any problems with your instrument and to get more enjoyment from your music.

  1. Nomenclature
  2. Assembly
  3. Disassembly
  4. Inspection & Maintenance
  5. Caution!
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1. Nomenclature


2. Assembly

  • Liberally apply cork grease to the tenon corks on all joints.
  • Liberally apply cork grease to the tenon corks on all joints.
  • Liberally apply cork grease to the tenon corks on all joints.
  • Bb Clarinet - Connect the barrel and the upper joint.
  • Bb Bass Clarinet - Connect the neck and the upper joint.
  • Connect the lower joint and bell.
  • Connect the lower joint and bell.
  • Connect the upper joint from Step 2 to the lower joint from Step 3 while depressing the ring keys of the upper joint. This prevents damage to the bridge key mechanism.
  • Attach the mouthpiece to the barrel. Align the ramp surface of the mouthpiece with the thumb register key.
  • Properly position the reed on the mouthpiece. Slide the ligature over the reed being careful not to damage the reed tip. After the ligature is properly positioned, hand tighten the ligature screws.
  • Properly position the reed on the mouthpiece. Slide the ligature over the reed being careful not to damage the reed tip. After the ligature is properly positioned, hand tighten the ligature screws.

Step 1:

Liberally apply cork grease to the tenon corks on all joints.

Step 2:

Bb Clarinet - Connect the barrel and the upper joint.

Bb Bass Clarinet - Connect the neck and the upper joint.

Step 3:

Connect the lower joint and bell.

Step 4:

Connect the upper joint from Step 2 to the lower joint from Step 3 while depressing the ring keys of the upper joint. This prevents damage to the bridge key mechanism.

Step 5:

Attach the mouthpiece to the barrel. Align the ramp surface of the mouthpiece with the thumb register key.

Step 6:

Properly position the reed on the mouthpiece. Slide the ligature over the reed being careful not to damage the reed tip. After the ligature is properly positioned, hand tighten the ligature screws.


3. Disassembly

  • Remove the reed, ligature, and mouthpiece from the barrel.
  • Remove the reed, ligature, and mouthpiece from the barrel.
  • Press the ring keys on the upper joint while separating the upper and lower joints.
  • Detach the upper joint from the barrel.
  • Detach the lower joint from the bell.

Step 1:

Remove the reed, ligature, and mouthpiece from the barrel.

Step 2:

Press the ring keys on the upper joint while separating the upper and lower joints.

Step 3:

Detach the upper joint from the barrel.

Step 4:

Detach the lower joint from the bell.


4. Inspection & Maintenance

  • After playing and before returning to the case, draw the cleaning swab through the body sections to remove any moisture.
  • Wipe the body and the keys gently with the supplied cleaning cloth. Take care not to scratch or damage the body or keys by improper handling.
  • Clean and dry the mouthpiece and reed.
  • To lengthen the life of the reed, store the reed in a reed protector.

Step 1:

After playing and before returning to the case, draw the cleaning swab through the body sections to remove any moisture.

Step 2:

Wipe the body and the keys gently with the supplied cleaning cloth. Take care not to scratch or damage the body or keys by improper handling.

Step 3:

Clean and dry the mouthpiece and reed. To lengthen the life of the reed, store the reed in a reed protector.


5. Caution!

  • To avoid damaging the key mechanism, do not exert excess pressure on the keys during assembly and disassembly.
  • To avoid possible damage after playing, put the clarinet in a safe place such as an instrument case or a suitable instrument stand. Do not put it on a chair, desk, or anywhere else where it could easily fall.
  • To avoid possible damage after playing, put the clarinet in a safe place such as an instrument case or a suitable instrument stand. Do not put it on a chair, desk, or anywhere else where it could easily fall.

1. Use key oil sparingly to all pivot points to keep the keys operating smoothly.

2. To avoid damaging the key mechanism, do not exert excess pressure on the keys during assembly and disassembly.

3. Remove any excess moisture from the body and keys to prolong the instrument´s finish.

4. Do not expose any instrument to excessive temperature or humidity.

5. To avoid possible damage after playing, put the clarinet in a safe place such as an instrument case or a suitable instrument stand. Do not put it on a chair, desk, or anywhere else where it could easily fall.

6. For adjustment or repair, take your instrument to a qualified technician or dealer. Don´t attempt to adjust the clarinet yourself.


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