This is the last of Backun’s ringless range of barrels which have been discontinued. Size is 67mm
Backun Musical was founded by Morrie Backun in 2000. N0w the family name is known around the world for some of the most innovative woodwind products of the last century.
Focused on the future, Backun also looks to the past for inspiration. The first barrel ever made was for Wes Foster, Former Principal Clarinet in the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and a protege of the late, Robert Marcellus. Wes had a vintage Clarinet in need of a barrel. Rather than purchase a stock model, Morrie crafted one from a block of cocobolo wood. Fifteen years later, barrels, and later bells, mouthpieces and clarinets, have grown into some of the most sought-after woodwind products in the world.
Backun's promise of ‘Advancing the Art of Woodwinds’ is not something they take lightly. Every day is dedicated to the craft, using skills and advanced technologies to help musicians reach the highest levels of excellence.
From exceptional aged woods to the purest metals, Backun Musical has become renowned worldwide for its dedication to making the finest woodwind instruments and accessories. Driven by this vision and fuelled by the ever-higher standards of its clients, the company is constantly pushing the boundaries of art and acoustics. Small wonder that it has become the go-to source for woodwind instrument and accessory designs around the world.
While Backun's product line has grown over the years, what has not changed is its commitment to provide woodwind artists with exceptional products and outstanding customer service. Ask any of the legions of artists who play its products, and they’ll tell you why the company's knowledge and proprietary manufacturing techniques are in demand the world over.
From its first to its first clarinet; Backun really is ‘Reinventing the Clarinet One Piece at a Time.’
Alto / Tenor Horn
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