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Jupiter launch the JCL-737STO Wooden Clarinet
The instrument has been made from high class materials, including specially selected granadilla wood.
The wood has been nurtured and prepared for at least 4 years before manufacture, giving a tight grain and beautiful finish to each instrument.
The JCL-737STO has been designed as a 'step up' instrument for the enthusiastic student.
With a combination of great playability, high quality materials, and a striking finish, this is a very professional musical instrument.
Jupiter are well-known as a manufacturer who consistently deliver high standards of musical instruments.
Recently they won the Best Woodwind Instrument within the 2009 MIA awards for the JFL-511ESSC flute.
Posted on 17 Nov 2009 14:04 to category : Instruments News
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