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That includes mouthpieces, reeds, ligatures, barrels, oiling keys and wood, etc.

I invite you to my podcast web site:

Read through and listen to the whole Bible in one year! Every day I broadcast a simple, no-frills, easy-to-understand, 20-minute recording of me (Phil) reading two Old Testament passages and one New Testament passage. I give brief introductions connecting each reading to what has been heard before, but I do not preach. The readings are done semi-dramatically— in the style of an audio book. The Digging Deeper Daily plan is now part of Youversion/

I have reopened my Bonanza Booth.
I sell the fantastic new-model Ridenour A clarinet, plus two models of his professional Bb clarinets. I have some used clarinets for sale there.

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Who started this forum? 
nom de clarinet: Phil Pedler.     See: Who's Phil?— really.
This site includes a lot of my opinions. Not all teachers will agree with me! I am trying to give good, safe advice. If you want to set me straight on something, please JOIN the forum. 

Need your clarinet reconditioned?    Ask Phil to do it! Use the form on this page: Reconditioning/Spa Treatments for clarinets
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The ORIGINAL site was started 15 February 2008 at (now That site is now closed. was started on 13 Jan 2010.

Footnote: This info from Bob Sparkman about one of the pictures in the slideshow: 
Just wanted to comment on the Woody Allen  photo: That's John Bucher on trumpet, Barbara Driewitz on tuba, and Carmen Mastren on banjo! I used to sub for Woody when he was  out of town.  Must be Michael's Pub. Just discovered your great web site. Thanks very much and best regards.

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