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Legacy Legacy-CL750EW Intermediate Clarinet, Genuine Ebony with Sterling Silver Plated Keys, Accessories

4.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • The Legacy CL750EW Ebony Wood Intermediate clarinet is one of our best clarinets and is specially priced to save 50% compared to other manufacturers
  • Made by one of the world's finest clarinet factories for The Instrument Store.
  • Sterling Silver Plated keys and Italian Made Pads. Perfect step up instrument for the high school player.
  • Setup, adjusted and ready to play by our in-house technicians.
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The Legacy CL750 Clarinet is a full featured model suitable for serious students and intermediate players. The Legacy clarinet offers superior sound and playability at a modest price. Players, parents and teachers will admire its rich tone, great looks and quality craftsmanship. We offer a full 30 day money back guarantee and a 2 YEAR WARRANTY. This is a great instrument manufactured in one of the world's leading instrument factories. It is an outstanding value and offers Italian pads, sterling silver plated keys and superior construction like the pro instruments. It is approved by high school band directors and your student will love it. Our instruments are of the same quality as those sold by the large national brands, often costing two to three times as much for the same instrument. We are able to sell them directly, saving you hundreds of dollars in "middleman" markup. Why pay more if you don't have to. Bring it to your teacher for their approval and we offer a 30 day absolute money back guarantee. You can buy this clarinet with confidence and have your student start playing right away, with a brand new instrument. We have designed a terrific zippered canvas covered case which converts from a standard carrying case to a backpack in less than 1 minute. It is super duty and will protect the instrument from the rough handling given by students. Please see the addition photos.

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Item Weight 21 pounds
Product Dimensions 30 x 10 x 12 inches
Shipping Weight 6.1 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B0055D6S1M
Item model number Legacy-CL750EW
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4.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #106,689 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#173 in Musical Instruments > Band & Orchestra > Wind & Woodwinds > Clarinets
Date first available at Amazon.com June 10, 2011

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By R. LaRue on December 12, 2011
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I bought the CL750EW for my son because he kept dropping my Yamaha Custom pro model (a $3000 plus clarinet.) He hates the plastic clarinets the school loans out, so I wanted to get him a nice-sounding horn of his own--one that didn't cost the earth--especially if he's just going to drop it again.

I play tested the Legacy against two other entry-to-intermediate-level Bb clarinets: the LJ Hutchen (plastic), and the Mendini MCT 30 (rosewood.) All were ordered through Amazon, and you can read my reviews of the other two on Amazon as well. I used my Yamaha Custom as the standard, and I used my Yamaha Custom 2* mouthpiece on all the horns for the purposes of comparison. (In fact, I never even looked at the mpc's that came with any of the clarinets.) All the instruments sounded surprisingly good; but even so, the Legacy was the clear winner--barely inferior to my Yamaha in most respects, other than a somewhat less resonant chalumeau register.

The keywork is tight, and the key and body finishes quite lovely. The sonic qualities are pleasing, with a very open sound, and with remarkably good intonation throughout the scale--particularly in the sometimes troublesome throat tones. The ergos are spot on; in fact, I could hardly tell the difference between my Yamaha and the Legacy just by feel.

Of course, I have no idea how long the silver plating, the pads, or the springs and pivots will hold up over time; but the instrument seems well-made in all respects. I wasn't about to disassemble it to compare the quality of these parts, but my experience with cheap Chinese-made saxophones indicates that bargain instruments from PROC will probably need some adjustment or minor repairs pretty soon after purchase.
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I played clarinet from 5th grade through college. My instrument was terrible but was what we could afford. I always wanted a new wood clarinet but couldn't justify the price since I only toot on it on occasion. I then heard that
Chinese manufacturers were starting to make nice instruments. So I took a chance and bought this Legacy. It comes with a very nice hard case with locking mechanism. Unfortunately there were no instructions on how to set the combination. Oh well, it is still a nice case. The clarinet sections were all wrapped in plastic. It was a pretty thing to look at in the case. The silver plated keys are bright and well finished. The ebony body is also well finished. The key action feels right (but I'm comparing it to my old piece of junk. The new joints were stiff at first but after a few applications of cork grease and assembly and disassembly every thing goes together just fine. In the lower register the clarinet has a nice warm mellow sound. I've had some problems with upper register notes but I think that is more likely due to an embouchure 30 years out of shape rather than leaking keys. The kit has two barrels which is nice for tuning. It came with a reed and a Selmer care kit. If you want something better than a basic student model I think it would be hard to beat this for the price.
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Very satisfied with my order. The clarinet smelled strong of fresh cut wood and the keys were beautifully constructed. Surprisingly the Clarinet came with 2 different carved barrels for different tone qualities. The bell was very well crafted as well. When opened every piece comes in a sealed baggy and the case resembles a work brief case because of its interesting 6-digit lock security system. I would give it 5 stars if it came with documentation, but it didn't. No instruction on resetting the case lock, but just look it up. (set it to six 0's then press button inward while moving the numbers to a new position. when finished release button) Still very satisfied, this clarinet kicks my old plastic begginers Yamaha out of the water and it was $1,199
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The only problem is I have to listen to it, All the time. Which is a nice problem. Have had some issues with keys needing tightening a small wood wedge under a key has fallen off, but it does get played a lot! Nice tone get and stays in tune easily. Looks goods and plays up to potential.
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