In this episode of the podcast I speak with Lacy Garbar who is a Clarinetist in the Chicago area who is working with an up and coming manufacturer called Royal Musical Instruments. Royal wants to take the clarinet world by storm and help the health and growth of the music industry by making great clarinets financially accessible to more people.
Review of the Royal Classical Clarinet
I was fortunate to have the chance to try the Royal Classical clarinet in the “Ee” and “Oh” voicing for a full two weeks. Read the highly-detialed, 1800 word review, find out more about Lacy’s Music for Good Program, and view some more pictures of these gorgeous instruments.
- Working at “Lisa’s Clarinet Shop”
- The new Royal Clarinets
- How is the price so low?
- How is the wood aged?
- The three voicing concepts
- Other compelling features
- New Royal Adjustable barrel
- Jonathan Cohler Barrels and Bells
- Who are these instruments for?
- Where are they available and what is the trial policy?
- Music For Good Program
- How did Lisa’s Clarinet Shop become affiliated with Royal Clarinets
- The new royal bass clarinet
- Upcoming models from Royal
About Lacy Garbar
Lacy Garbar is a clarinetist in the Chicago area who is working for an up and coming instrument manufacturer named Royal Musical Instruments, who wants to take the clarinet world by storm and help the health and growth of the music industry by making great clarinets more financially accessible to more people.