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Clarinette basse

Privilege bass

Réf. 1108045011
Exceptional acoustics in the Henri SELMER Paris tradition. Surprisingly easy to play and ergonomically designed for real playing comfort.

Available in 2 keys: low C or low E.

Over the last thirty years or so, the bass clarinet has enjoyed exceptional growth thanks to the openness of its repertoire. Henri SELMER Paris has been a key player in this development, constantly improving a range that has always been acclaimed for its acoustic qualities.

The Privilege bass clarinet marks a decisive step forward in the development of the instrument, while retaining the basic designs that have made previous models so successful.

It reconciles astonishing ease of emission with a round, warm sound that gains in homogeneity and power. Its suppleness also enables real work to be done on the soundstage. Accuracy is optimised and balanced across all registers. Ergonomics have also improved significantly, with easier keying and a more natural, comfortable playing position. Its highly responsiveness delivers a Bb-like velocity and a great sense of freedom. A number of technical developments have also improved the way the instrument works…
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Regular price 12950€
Sale price 12950€ Regular price
Recommended retail price incl. VAT (Europe)
Made in France Made in France
Certified by a professional musician Certified by a professional musician
Adjustments guaranteed in your dealer shop Adjustments guaranteed in your dealer shop
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birth of a clarinet


Henri SELMER Paris started manufacturing clarinets in the 19th century (Place Dancourt, Paris) and since then has acquired a great reputation in the professional world.

This traditional know-how has been passed down from generation to generation in the Mantes-la-Ville manufacture, which has succeeded in combining innovation and tradition.

Today, a Selmer clarinet consists of 450 parts and requires a high level of craftsmanship.

Technical characteristics
Silver plated nickel silver keywork.
Leather fitted with metal resonators.
Focus Mouthpiece, Cap, Ligature, Neck strap, Swab, Cork grease, Pro-Light case.
Silver plated or matte black keywork.

Le meilleur du saxophone

Former solo clarinetist of Nice and Marseille orchestras (France), I have been playing SELMER clarinets since 1967, the small Eb clarinet, the bass clarinet (up to low Eb) as well as two “Recital” in Bb and A.
Claude Crousier