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#beginquote# Good web page. i disagree with her analysis of Selmer Clarinets. We used them for several years. While they do have nice tone, the key metal is very pliable, therefor needing constant adjustment. We changed to Conn (who was making the Henkin model at the time) and later changed to Artley (when Conn stopped making the Henkin). When UMI purchased Conn we eventually changed to Yamaha. If the quality of Conn goes up now that Selmer has bought them we may go back to Conn/Artley. I REALLY liked the feel of the Artleys. All my evaluations are on Composite horns, not wood. For wood I still prefer Noblet/Normandy or Buffett/Evette or Yamaha. My bad about the Vito. They are made by Noblet. I was mistaken because we never use Vitos. #endquote#
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