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Accessories - Clarinet - Swabs

 Swabs:

The best swab in use today is the pull-through. Old-fashioned, woolen swabs on a rod are to be avoided as they shed hairs into the instrument which can gradually build up in tone holes and in the pores of the wood.

Swabbing is probably the main reason instruments become ”blown out”. The term ”swabbed out” would be more accurate.

The choice of swab has a big influence on your instruments’ lifetime and intonation.
Over several years an instrument may be pulled through up to 10,000 times. The tighter the swab fits through the bore, the faster the instrument will wear. The bore diameter will increase and the instrument will become sharper. It is therefore recommended that a low-resistance swab is used, such as silk or microfiber.

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BG
A30

 
 
BG
A30A

 
 
BG
A31

 
 
BG
A32

 
 
BG
A33

 
 
Buffet Crampon
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Cotton swab with weight

 
 
Buffet Crampon
Body and neck
Set of 2 swab for body and neck

 
 
Buffet Crampon
CB
Bass clarinet microfiber

 
 
Buffet Crampon
CB
Bass clarinet cloth in red microfiber

 
 
Buffet Crampon
CB
Bass clarinet swab red microfiber

 
 
Buffet Crampon
CB
swab for saxophone and bass clarinet, microfibre

 
 
Buffet Crampon
CB
Polish closh Untreated

 
 
Buffet Crampon
Divine
Divine Clarinet microfiber - full absorption - Nano-technology

 
 
Buffet Crampon
E12F
Clarinette E12F microfiber

 
 
Buffet Crampon
Sib
Swab chamoe style

 
 
Buffet Crampon
Tosca
Tosca Clarinet microfiber

 
 
K?lbl
6.001

 
 
K?lbl
6.002

 
 
K?lbl
6.005

 
 
K?lbl
6.400

 
 
K?lbl
6.800

 
 
K?lbl
6.820

 
 
K?lbl
6.820

 
 
Opticare
?

 
 
REKA
?

 
 
REKA
?

 
 
Selmer
Black
BLACK BASS CLAR SWAB

 
 
Vandoren
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Vandoren
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