at the least, it is worth $300, if in slightly poor shape. in excellent condition, it is worth $400 or more. usually more. :)
=Well first off, the H20799 is just the serial number on the clarinet. It isn't important on the value of the clarinet. Second, it depends on if it is wood or plastic.=
The value of a wood Bundy clarinet with the serial number 66142 varies by its condition. As of 2014 its value is listed between 250.00 and 350.00.
A clarinet made out of wood.
A wood clarinet has a warmer sound.
The small piece of wood on the clarinet is the reed.
Age, wear and tear, state of the pads and corks, cracks in the wood, the quality of sound, and the type-basic clarinet evaluation.
The clarinet is most generally made out of wood. The reed is also "wood" or reed cane.
You can tell how old your Clarinet is buy whether it's wood or plastic. Wood is older.
A clarinet can be made out of wood or plastic and the keys are metal.
Sometimes it's made of wood, but for begginers you can get plastic ones. Wood types variety depending on the quality of your clarinet.
The clarinet has always been made out of wood and metal.
The clarinet was made of wood (I can't remember offhand what kind). The clarinet originated in 1690.
The original clarinet came from Nuremburg, Germany and was made of wood.
The clarinet belongs to the woodwind family because the reed (that you soak) vibrates and gives the clarinet the ability to make a sound.The same for saxophones, Alto saxophones,and bass clarinet.
Wood and metal and plastic
The clarinet belongs to the woodwind family, because most are mde of wood. The reed, which is needed to make the noise, is also made of wood.
Technically they are both the same, but wood is desired as it will give a more resonant sound. A young student will do fine on a plastic clarinet, but will want to upgrade as skill is developed.
Yes, there were changes to the clarinet since it was made. The clarinet used to be made of a typre of wood, called grenadilla wood. Now, many clarinets are made of different woods, plastics, metals, and sizes. The type of clarinet depends on what it's made from, and how it's designed.
wood or plastic