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When Leblanc, Noblet, and Normandy were in their heyday, all 3 companies worked together to make suitable instruments available for players at every level. The Normandy 4 was widely regarded as their most popular early intermediate model. It was marketed as the model you move to for your first wooden instrument, and it was meant to last through a student's complete school band career if it needed to.
The Normandy 4 that we have at our store is in great cosmetic condition, as well as great playing condition. It's been serviced by our professional woodwind technician and not a lot of work was needed. Some adjustments and a few pads needed replacing, but this clarinet was very well taken care of by its previous owners. The nickel keys are starting to get a little cloudy, which is normal for nickel keys as they age. The wood is still in great shape showing only minor nicks on the body near the tenon joints. It's in good playing condition and ready to take home, so hurry to Horn Stash today to check it out!