LJ Hutchen Bb Clarinet
Product Sku: 4216
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Quality exceeding expectations with a price that's in tune with any budget.
Featuring unbeatable craftsmanship, superior design, and the finest materials available; many educators consider the LJ Hutchen Bb clarinet to be the perfect choice for student musicians. Sharing numerous attributes with more expensive brands, the LJ Hutchen clarinet truly is an outstanding value! Features include nickel-plated keys (tarnish resistant), specially treated pads for durability, heavy-duty forged keys, and a carefully designed bore for an open, unrestricted sound.
- Satin finish
- Ebonite body
- Nickel plated, tarnish resistant keys
- Carefully designed bore for open, unrestricted sound
- Metal thumb rest
- Heavy duty forged keys
- Specially treated pads for durability
- Key configuration designed for all sized hands
About LJ Hutchen Band Instruments
LJ Hutchen band instruments allow young musicians to learn without the frustration that comes with playing a poorly designed product. The materials used throughout the LJ Hutchen line are simply the best available. Every instrument is double-bench tested and meets the most stringent level of quality before shipment. With pricing and warranty terms being some of the best offered in today's instrument market, the LJ Hutchen brand is an outstanding option. Because these instruments are predominantly used by students, the highest quality is not only necessary, it is imperative for successful music education.
Most comprehensive warranty in the music business.
As with all LJ Hutchen band instruments, the LJ Hutchen clarinet comes with a 2-Year Warranty.
- Plush-lined hardshell case
- USA made mouthpiece
- Plastic mouthpiece cap
- Clarinet swab
- Cork grease
A good sounding clarinet.
Posted by Sal Moley, Rohnert Park, California on 8th Aug 2013
This is my first clarinet and I bought it because of the good reviews it got on Amazon. At first, I had difficulty making a consistent sound with it. I had the clarinet checked at a local band instrument repair shop and the repairman tested it for leaks. There were no leaks and all the pads were fine. When he tried the mouthpiece the clarinet sounded fine in the upper registers but poorly in the low registers. He stated that the problem was my mouthpiece. I have purchased a Vandoren M30 mouthpiece recommended by Michelle Anderson who has an online clarinet course. The mouthpiece is in transit as I write this and I am sure it will fix the problem. This is a nice starter clarinet and I plan to keep it until I am ready for a transition later.
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