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My advice would be to buy the best instrument you can afford. I double a lot. I also don't really subscribe to the point of view that you have a doubler's instrument. My clarinet is a Buffet R13. You have a current budget but you also have a current clarinet. If it means working harder and saving a bit more then I just don't get the hurry. I always try to buy myself good instruments because I like the sound and the feel AND the reliability.

I disagree with Gordon that it is 'snob value' having a wood clarinet. There is nothing wrong with the Yamaha but the difference to me between that and my current clarinet is night and day.
 
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