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MAXTON Jun 14
Our brand new MAXTON flexilis mouthpieces, made of synthetic rubber, are out now. Come and enjoy a more brilliant and more sensitive sound!
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MAXTON Apr 26
To ensure that the mouthpiece fits exactly to the barrel, the mouthpiece pin must fit exactly to the barrel hole. This problem we solve with the Tone-Rings, because they give you the opportunity to adapt one mouthpiece to a variety of barrels.
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MAXTON Apr 20
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MAXTON Apr 19
The new Tone-Rings are made of a material that can handle cork grease, but our Tone-Rings do not need cork grease. They guarantee a very precise fit inside the barrel solely through contact and without any cork grease.
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MAXTON Apr 18
The new Tone-Rings are available in the following colours.
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MAXTON Apr 15
The new Tone-Rings are here - in new colors and a new material.
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MAXTON Apr 5
We sincerely thank all the visitors and guests! We had a nice and interesting time at the Musikmesse. Until next year! Stay tuned!
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MAXTON Apr 4
At the fair the Flexilis prototypes are be presented and tested. The results from these tests will influence the final production of the series.
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MAXTON Apr 4
Replying to @MAXTONclarinet
With the MAXTON Flexilis we expand our Classic series with a darker but more sensitive tone, which creates a softer sound experience. Soon available for all clarinet systems and for all MAXTON facing curves.
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MAXTON Apr 4
MAXTON proudly presents the new Flexilis series at the Musikmesse Frankfurt. With the Flexilis series, the player excels with outstanding precision and fuller sounds. This new composed material with synthetic caoutchouc forms a more dimensionally stable mouthpiece.
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MAXTON Mar 26
From 2 to 5 april 2019 we are at the musikmesse Frankfurt. You will find us in HALL 3.0 at BOOTH B76 (). We look forward to seeing you!
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MAXTON Mar 19
From 18.03 to 21.03.2019 MAXTON tours Japan. We are looking forward to interesting workshops at Dolce in Osaka, Nagoya and Tokyo. Thanks to all the participants!
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MAXTON Mar 14
MAXTON instruments You do not always find what you want. And if you look for a 'little' E-flat clarinet like the F. Hammerschmidt FH12 you will rarely find it. We have them! Come over for testing! You will be amazed by the 'little one'!
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MAXTON Mar 4
Clarinets were and are not always made from grenadilla wood. Especially boxwood (also native to Central Europe) was often used instead of grenadilla until the 20th century and gives the clarinet (after specific staining) a reddish shine.
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MAXTON Feb 28
Chronic lack of time - who is not familiar with that. We try to help you save time. This is easy with MAXTON mouthpieces and a flat reed. Because you do not need to try mouthpieces of the same model, they are all the same. Try it out!
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MAXTON Feb 21
All it takes to save time when choosing a matching mouthpiece - our mouthpieces and a flat reed. Because a flat reet sets up the basis for the comparison of different mouthpieces - and not several mouthpieces of a model. Come over and try it out!
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MAXTON Feb 18
To create even reeds we offer MAXTON reed cases. At the bottom the reed is stored on a flat glass surface, from the top the reed is pressed to the glass surface by a velvet cushion, so that the even equilibrium state can be reached. So use your case!
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MAXTON Feb 18
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MAXTON Feb 13
MAXTON theory part 1 'To really test our mouthpieces, you need a flat reed. Only then an Alma is an Alma.' That's why please always take a flat reed, if you try our mouthpieces.
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MAXTON Feb 11
MAXTON intruments Choose your F. Arthur Uebel 621-KH (clarinet for small fingers)! Test, try and choose what fits you best! Come and visit us at Theresianumgasse 11 / S1, 1040 Vienna!
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