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#beginquote# ok whoever wrote this has no where to talk. if you dont play it you cant judge it. no band jokes if your not in band. especially not bad ones. im an oboe player and a clarinet player. they both are great instruments. i personally like the oboe better. it was more of a challenge and sounds more unique. plus i get all the solos cause theres only one of me. so yeah if you cant play you have no room to talk. thanks.#beginquote# Only an Oboe fanatic would think the oboe has a better sound than clarinet. I don't play either one so I'm pretty objective about it. The clarinet has a MUCH mellower tone quality than the nasal sounding Oboe. "What's the best way to get 2 oboe to play the same note?" Shoot one! "What's an Oboe good for?" Setting a Bassoon on fire. #endquote# #endquote#
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