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  1. Clarinet
    For all those doublers out there with a sore thumb - try the Ridenour Thumb Saddle. It truly is amazing - but it doesn't fix all your problems. For e.g., your thumb will still be sore, but nowhere near how sore it used to be without the rest. I've been using it for about two months now - my...
  2. Clarinet
    UPDATE: It's come to my attention that my instrument needs some repairs done. I plan to take it to a repair shop this week, and my review will probably change drastically after the instrument is checked over by a repairman. I've heard a lot of positive things about Ridenour clarinets; this...
  3. Reeds
    I recently started using the system with very good results with clarinet reeds. I've only had time so far to try it on one tenor sax reed in the middle of a rehearsal, I was rushed, took off too much material and ended up with a very willing and controllable reed, but without any balls. My...
  4. Clarinet
    Im a freshmen in high school who needs a new bass clarinet. Im currently using the schools wooden Buffet, but its very old, cracked, in need of repairs. I got it repaired but within a couple of weeks it needed another repair, so Id like to to just have my own since I plan on going into college...
  5. Clarinet
    Hello. I play the 4 main saxes, flute, and clarinet. I am now looking for a proffesional Low C bass clarinet and I cant find a website that will tell me the differences in the Selmer Model 67 LowC bass clarinet and the Ridenour Low C bass clarinet. Would someone please list them and help me...
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