Yamaha YCL-650 Bb Clarinet


PRICE: £1,049.95 Or internet price matched

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Boasting very similar specifications to the more expensive Yamaha Custom SEV model, the YCL650 is a great instrument for the advanced or professional player who is serious about their sound and looking for a good value clarinet. Yamaha YCL650 has been crafted and finished by hand with undercut tapered toneholes for precise intonation and a balanced, well-rounded tone. The body is made from carefully selected and treated grenadilla wood, delivering that outstanding and captivatingly pure sound of the instrument. The touch of the beautifully sculpted, silver plated nickel silver keys have been regulated by master artisans for ease of response and enjoyable performance.

Yamaha are one of the leading brands in developing excellent range of a variety of instruments from student to professional range and show no signs of stopping. The YCL650 Clarinet is no exception of Yamaha’s craftsmanship. Featuring adjustable thumb rest, 17 keys, 6 rings, alloy needle springs, pisoni pads and including the Yamaha CL4C mouthpiece this instrument is perfect for advanced players and teachers and is one of the best on the market, giving higher priced instruments a run for their money! Reliable, robust and versatile, the YCL650 will not fail to deliver outstanding sound through all registers regardless of the musical genre. 

Key Of: Bb
Pitch: 440Hz
Body: Grenadilla
Bore: Polycylindrical
Barrel Length: 65mm (2.56″)
Keys: 17
Rings: 6
Thumb Rest: Adjustable
Keywork Finish: Silver Plated
Springs: Steel
Pads: Bladder
Case: Included
Case Cover: Included
Mouthpiece: Yamaha 4C

Please note: wooden instruments are affected by humidity and temperature. As a result, the wood may expand and contract

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