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    Allora AAAC-304 A Clarinet
    Was: $1,999.00 $59999
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  2. Buffet Crampon Divine A Professional Clarinet
    Was: $14,125.00 $8,47600
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  3. Buffet Crampon Tosca A Clarinet
    Was: $13,080.00 $7,84875
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  4. Buffet Crampon RC Prestige A Clarinet
    Was: $11,770.00 $6,72600
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  1. Buffet Crampon R13 Greenline A Clarinet
    Was: $7,916.00 $4,74900
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  2. Buffet Crampon R13 A Clarinet with Silver Keys
    Was: $7,916.00 $4,74900
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  3. Buffet Crampon R13 Professional A Clarinet with Nickel Keys
    Was: $7,144.00 $4,28600
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  4. Selmer Paris Signature A Clarinet
    Was: $9,786.00 $5,95900
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  1. Selmer Paris Recital Model A Clarinet
    Was: $9,786.00 $5,95900
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  2. Selmer Paris Saint Louis A Clarinet
    Was: $8,528.00 $5,19900
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  3. Patricola CL.3 Virtuoso A Clarinet
    Was: $3,975.00 From $3,42500
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  4. Amati Model 675 Professional A Clarinet
    Was: $2,310.00 $2,04999
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  1. Amati Model 371 Intermediate A Clarinet
    Was: $1,568.00 $1,49999
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After the Bb clarinet, the A clarinet is the second-most popular type, and it has a similarly wide range of music written for it. A clarinets are a little bit larger than Bb clarinets, with their pitch coming in a semitone lower. Both of these instruments belong to the soprano clarinet family and have a featured role in any orchestra. If you're looking to play an instrument that complements the Bb clarinet well while also being common enough to feature in lots of different music, then the A clarinet is definitely a smart choice! Plus, with its slightly different pitch, it makes a great second instrument for clarinetists who already own a Bb model and wanting the ability to choose the best-fitting key for each song they play.

Like any other woodwind instrument, A clarinets are available in a range of different styles aimed at players of varying skill levels. If you're a beginner, you can go easy on your wallet by starting out with an affordable model like the Allora AAAC-304 A Clarinet. Or maybe you've been playing for a while and you're ready for an upgrade, but not quite ready for a professional instrument just yet? In that case, the Amati Model 371 Intermediate A Clarinet could be the way to go. Choosing the right A clarinet for you is a matter of balancing budget against performance level.

For an advanced or pro player wanting to keep the price tag under control, that could mean the Amati Model 675 Professional A Clarinet or the Patricola CL.3 Virtuoso A Clarinet. On the other hand, if you're looking for the best of the best, it's hard to beat the Buffet Crampon lineup, with stellar offerings like the Buffet Crampon Tosca A Clarinet and the Buffet Crampon Divine A Professional Clarinet. These clarinets are stage-ready instruments ready for the most demanding professional use.

There's a perfect fit for any clarinetist in this selection of A clarinets - all you have to do is decide which one is ideal for your own playing level, budget and musical needs. Take all those factors into account and start narrowing down the options, and you'll find the perfect A clarinet soon enough. Whether you're an orchestral veteran or a brand-new beginner, choosing your new instrument is one more step toward musical greatness.

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