By noshow - 11/12/2014 05:44 - United States - Richardson
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I couldn't edit my last comment to add this additional thought but here's another thing: And people usually down vote if: -It's irrelevant and/or pointless -Has terrible grammar -Or a failed attempt at humor. But like I said, there probably isn't any logic behind why people up or down vote things.
They vary from brand-to-brand and quality-to-quality. Plastic student models in perfect or new condition can range from about $200-$600. Used plastic ones in poor condition usually go for $125 and far lower. Used wood clarinets without any serious damage usually go from the low $100's-$1000+ depending on the brand. Brand new wood clarinets of more expensive brands, such as Buffet, Selmer, and Leblanc can range from around $2000 upwards to $8000+. Perfect working metal clarinets, especially ones made of sterling, can be valued at over $1000. Trashed metal clarinets generally are worth no more than $50.
Your brother is a selfish bastard
Drugs are bad... Mmkay?