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#beginquote# As for squeaks, it is the opposite. These usually happen when too much reed is in the mouth. As for the low D specifically, try playing your G. If it sounds good, put one finger at a time down with your right hand until you have worked your way down to the D. You can also think "Oh" to relax your chops so the reed will be freer to vibrate slower. You may be caught between octaves. Also, you may need an adjustment. Often an instable D is caused by a key out of wack. GOOOOOOROOOOOO #endquote#
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