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  1. Teaching
    Hello everyone! My name is Vincent and I'm a private saxophone/clarinet teacher for the counties listed in the title. I am currently vaccinated so I'm opening my studio for in-person lessons but I still teach virtually through Skype, Zoom, and Facebook if anyone isn't comfortable with...
  2. Clarinet
    I just received today, after a 5 week wait, the bass clarinet I had bought on Ebay back at the end of January. I bought it on a whim, if you will (chorus sings Whim Away, Whim Away), as I have wanted to find an instrument that would be fairly easy to learn due to its similarity with sax. I...
  3. Clarinet
    I'm a sax player, with my primary horn the soprano and second on tenor. Right now, I'm fairly competent on the sax, and still improving, and thought it would be fun to do something musical with my wife. She's loved the clarinet all her life and I was thinking of taking lessons with her so we...
  4. Embouchure & Tone Producing Basics
    There's been a question on my mind, and that's the difference in the saxophone and the clarinet (specifically bass) embouchure. I switched a few months ago, and although I feel as though I'm going along my merry way relatively well, I started to wonder as a regular sax player what I might be...
  5. Clarinet
    Hello! I've been playing the sax (alto, tenor and soprano) for 14 years now and the time as come to finally........learn the clarinet! It's something I've put to the back of my mind for a long time but I know now I need to start learning it properly especially as I'm starting to teach a lot...
  6. Bb Soprano
    Hello, I'm a 20 year old tenor player who has been playing for 2 years now and I want to buy another instrument, and I've narrowed it down to Soprano and Clarinet since I want to compliment the tenor's low register with a high registered instrument. My band plays music inspired by Pat Metheny...
  7. General Discussion
    I've been thinking about learning a new instrument. If I play a clarinet about how hard would it be to learn soprano saxophone. P.S I've been playing clarinet for 3 years, since 6th grade.
  8. Clarinet
    Hi all, I've played Tenor for a number of years but am looking to try-out for an advanced high school level symphony. I'd audition on clarinet, an instrument I own and have played before, yet never in a band. I'm using a 3.5 Vandoren ZZ for Tenor, maybe try the same for clarinet? Any recommended...
  9. Clarinet
    First of all I have to say I just love this forum! Now to the good stuff :D I'm a high school junior and I've been playing saxophone for 5 years mainly Tenor. Since about last year I've begun to play clarinet in my school's Wind Ensembles since my band director loved that clarinet heavy...
  10. Clarinet
    Hi, I play the sax (grade 7) and clarinet (gr.5) and I was wondering about a bass clarinet. The main question is, is the bass hard to learn compared to the saxophone and clarinet? Also, would you recommend it to me, do you like it?.... would I?
  11. Classical Saxophone
    Does anyone know of any advanced duets for saxophone and clarinet? I've been looking online for a while but I haven't found any so far.
  12. Clarinet
    Just read the BOLD part at the bottom, if you want. Some background info for those who like details: So I'm a clarinet player trying to (re)learn saxophone, specifically alto (specifically cannonball big bell global series with a meyer 5 mp and V16, strength 3 reeds if that matters ...). My...
  13. High School and College
    Hey Everyone at Sax on the Web, So I have been playing saxophone since i was in 5th grade and I'm in 11th Grade right now (so about 6 years). I have been playing alto for those 6 years and have started playing tenor a year and a half ago. I have heard that it is really good for saxophone...
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