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#beginquote# Wow, I play Oboe and Clarinet. Honestly, both instruments are great. Oboe feels more classical and thrilling to me. Oboe is tough to get a hang of, and to play well. Sound quality consists based on. The quality of the oboe it's self, and weather you buy product reeds or hand made. I suggest highly suggest a teacher for oboe. Reeds, and such can be handled. Clarinet if you play it right has a really smooth sound. #endquote#
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