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Professional Model 150A

7-Year Aged, Mountain Maple Body, "Riegal" Variety
Silver-Plated, German-Silver Keys
"French Polish" Special Lacquer Finish
Locking Key for Wing and Long Joints
Oval Whisper Key Pad for Adjusting Bocal
Brass Tenon Caps for Strengthening Joints
High E Key
High D Key
F# Trill Key
C# Trill Key
Eb Trill Key
Double Bb Key
Double C Key, Long Joint, Removable
Tubes Protruding into Bore, Nickel Silver
Roller, Bb Key, Right Thumb
Roller F#, Right Thumb
Rollers (4) … C# / D# and F / G#
Roller F#, Right Little Finger
Whisper Key Lock, Right Thumb
Handrest
Bocals … 2 Excellent Series
Case, Cover & Accessories

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BOCALS

Moosmann manufactures bocals in the same, time-honored tradition that all high quality bocals are made … by hand … out of a single sheet of metal. They are formed around a mandrel; the seam is soldered and is bent into the classic shape. This process assures perfectly consistent thickness and adherence to the specified conical bore.

Excellent Series … These bocals are standard issue for the American Model Moosmann bassoons. The main characteristics of the Excellent Series" bocals are stability and power. They are available in #1 and #2 lengths, "A" or "P" Conus, and either "W" (German Silver) or "DG" (Thin-Walled Brass) variations. The "W" material has a bright, focused and projecting sound, where the "DG" material is a bit warmer with excellent high register response.

Interpret Series … These bocals use a special manufacturing process that does not create the heat that the typical process does and therefore the molecular structure of the metal is unchanged. This process yields a bocal that has greater versatility and diversity of timbres and allows for much greater control. Available in #1 and #2 lengths, these gold-plated bocals use the "DG" material and "A" Conus.

Last Updated: 04/19/17
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