Which bassoon to choose
A bassoon is a woodwind instrument made up of a reed, a crook or bocal, a tenor or wing joint, a butt or boot, a bass or long joint, and a bell. It is traditionally made of maple wood, but modern bassoons are usually made of ebonite or polypropylene which is ideal for amateurs and students. Bassoons are commonly used in symphony orchestras and wind ensembles..
Because of the high initial outlay ,comparatively few people choose to play the Bassoon. However, you will find that a good Bassoon will always hold it's value ,so that although you may tie up your money at the start, you should get a good proportion back later on. when trading up. They are as vital to a wind ensemble or an orchestra
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