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Ever since Bundy was founded in 1948, the company's instruments have been designed based on the cornerstones of tone, quality, playability and affordability. Delivering on those promises has made Bundy a favorite choice not only for beginners, but also for experienced musicians in need of a practical day-to-day instrument. It all started with the original Resonite Model 1400 clarinet, and that kicked off a tradition that's since expanded beyond woodwinds to the lineup of Bundy instruments available today. So if you're looking for great performance even on a modest budget, look no further - Bundy has you covered. The BTR-300 Series Student Bb Trumpet is a perfect example of Bundy's approach to instrument design, with its sturdy construction and thoughtful features like an adjustable third-valve finger ring. The BFL-300 Flute and BPX-300 Piccolo are similarly appointed, with an emphasis on practicality that makes them as convenient as they are rewarding to play. Some of Bundy's best-loved instruments are the BAS-300 Student Alto Saxophone and BTS-300 Tenor Saxophone Outfit, while the BCL-300 Clarinet is a worthy callback to Bundy's 1948 debut. Behind the sound of any great woodwind is an equally great mouthpiece, and Bundy backs up its clarinet and saxophones with a variety of mouthpieces so you can always pick up a replacement or spare. In fact, the selection goes even further, providing options like the Bundy Bass Clarinet Mouthpiece and Contra-Alto Clarinet Mouthpiece for other instruments you may have in your collection. These traditionally-designed mouthpieces are as simple and performance-oriented as Bundy's instruments themselves, which makes them a great choice for musicians of any skill level. No matter how new or experienced a musician you are, there's a lot to be said for Bundy instruments and mouthpieces. They're devoted to giving you a lot of mileage for your hard-earned dollar, with a level of tone and craftsmanship that sets the standard for student, intermediate and even some of the high-end instruments before them. The bottom line is as simple as this: Bundy knows how to build a great product, and they won't make you hand over your life savings to own it.