|Description||NEW Handmade Coco Wood clarinet barrels by Philip Muncy for the Selmer Signature Clarinets. Available in two lengths 62.5mm and 64.5mm and three wood species Coco, Rosewood, and Grenadilla. Please select length.||Suspender X Criss Cross Style Neck Strap Alto and Tenor Sax||Buffet Ligature for Bb Clarinet||Vandoren Optimum Ligature Gold Plated for Tenor Saxophone.||Close Out While Supplies Last Only!||Buffet Muncy Clarinet Barrel for Bb Clarinet|
|Content||These beautifully hand crafted Coco Wood ringless clarinet barrels are newly designed for the Selmer Signature clarinets. Three unique wood species produces its own unique tonal color. This select wood has been aged by Muncy Winds for more than 12 years producing the most stable barrels on the market. Each barrel is handmade to release the unique sound that nature had intended for that particular piece of wood. These barrels are known for producing an incredible hold and evenness in sound.
Grenadilla=Most Ringing Tone
Cocowood=Darkest Tone||BG Basic criss cross suspender style strap for Alto and Tenor Saxophones||Buffet's stock metal silver plated ligature. Optional silver plated cap will fit this ligature.||This ligature has 3 different pressure plates that easily change to produce different sounds.Plate 1 produces a rich sound with great resonance and staccato. Plate 2 produces a very compact and centered sound. Plate 3 give the player total freedom and a very flexible sound. Gold Plated.See Detailed Image Below.||Long||The Buffet Muncy barrel was more than 10 years in the making. Designed by Philip Muncy for Buffet Crampon in France, this barrel is hand finished and play tested by Philip Muncy. Each barrel is made from the most select unstained grenadilla woods. Every barrel features silver plated rings. This reversed taper bore was inspired by the late Hans Moennig and Anthony Gigliotti. Producing a beautiful ringing tone that is responsive and keeps its shape in every dynamic range. This barrel voices astonishingly well and is sure to please those that have enjoyed the best of the Moennig style barrels.|