Selmer Centered Tone Bb Clarinet

Article number: 15U1
Availability: In stock

From the 1954 Selmer Band Instrument Catalog:

If you believe that old chestnut about a picture being worth a thousand words, look at the catalog photos of any two clarinets. They look pretty much alike. But the difference is there, as any skilled clarinetist can tell you in half a dozen well chosen words. Those differences don't show in pictures because they come from subtle refinements in bore proportions, tone hole construction or keywork. Those important details are overlooked by the camera, and by many instrument builders as well. 

It's just these fine points that are most carefully noticed by Selmer. For half a century Selmer has been paying close attention to every fine point. Try one - you'll see the important little things the camera missed. We'll bet you can hear the difference too in tone and in intonation. 

Something else those pictures won't show - you'll feel the difference. When you pick up a Selmer, the keys will fall under the fingers naturally, as if they were individually made just for you. Finger the keys and notice the action - beautifully balanced keys like these are a Selmer tradition, like the Power Hammering that makes them the most durable you can buy. 

The Wonderful feel of a Selmer is only an example of the many qualities you'll never see in a photograph. That's why we urge you to try one - compare it with any clarinet and hear for yourself why 80% of the highest paid professionals agree: there's a big difference between a Selmer and the next best. 

Don't just take the Selmer marketing department's word for you, come and try out this beautifully maintained and gorgeous sounding clarinet for yourself. You'll love the way you sound. 

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