How to Choose a Reed for a Clarinet?

Answer While every part of the clarinet has its own purpose in producing a good sound, perhaps the most important piece is the two-and-a-half inch long, wafer-thin piece of cane called the reed. Reeds com... Read More »

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How to Put a Reed on a Clarinet?

Before you can play the clarinet, you have to put a reed on it. The reed is the second most important factor in producing a sound on the clarinet, second only to you, the player. Putting a reed ont... Read More »

How to Evaluate a Clarinet Reed?

An unfortunate fact of life is that not all clarinet reeds in a package play well. In fact, most ten-reed packages are half-filled with duds. Isn't it a pain when you use a new reed for a concert o... Read More »

How to Extend the Life of a Clarinet Reed?

Through all of your years playing the clarinet, you will inevitably go through a lot of expensive stuff. You may own several clarinets, each costing at least a thousand dollars, and you'll spend an... Read More »

How to Make an Igloo out of Empty Clarinet Reed Cases?

This article would benefit from step-by-step photos. You can help wikiHow by adding photos to this article. Click here for instructions. Notice added on 2008-01-01.After you've been playing the cla... Read More »