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    Default Wood B & H "Edgeware" For Sale

    I've got a vintage Boosey and Hawkes "Edgeware" clarinet for sale. It plays well with old pads. No cracks that I can see. Steel bands at body joints. Original case, missing the leather handles. Pics if you're interested. I'm asking $150 + ship from V1E 1B9, B.C. Canada.
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    Bump. Nice horn! I have trouble posting pics. I can email 'em.
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    Default Re: Wood B & H "Edgeware" For Sale

    Still here. Funny, just yesterday, I saw an add in the Vancouver Craigslist for a "Fogware" clarinet! Looks just like mine.
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    Default Re: Wood B & H "Edgeware" For Sale

    It's "Edgware" without an "e" after the "g". And the way the logo wears with time and because of the squarish lettering, it looks like "Fogware" when worn down. I made the same mistake in my younger days.
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    Default Re: Wood B & H "Edgeware" For Sale

    Quote Originally Posted by David Spiegelthal View Post
    It's "Edgware" without an "e" after the "g". And the way the logo wears with time and because of the squarish lettering, it looks like "Fogware" when worn down. I made the same mistake in my younger days.
    Thanks for that, David!
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