Selmer Privilege Bb Clarinet
This product is made from wood that is on the international CITES register.
The Selmer Privilege Bb Clarinet is made from grenadilla wood and comes with a Focus/ Concept mouthpiece. The combination of the free blowing mouthpiece and grenadilla wood body, barrel and bell, enables players to produce tones with exceptional warmth. It also has ergonomically redesigned keywork. This includes a new key shape and orientation for the right and left little fingers, and an improved mechanical response.
Selmer Privilege Bb Clarinet with Selmer mouthpiece
- Key : Bb
- Grenadilla wood body, barrels and bell
- Bore Diameter: 574″ / 14.60 mm
- Pitch : 442 Hz
- Comes with two barrels 65.5mm and 65.5mm (Conical)
- Boehm System
- 18 Keys / 6 Rings
- Left hand Eb Lever
- Silver plated keywork
- Leather pads with boosters (lower) / Gortex
- Blue steel springs
- Adjustable Thumb Rest
- Metal Tenon and socket
- Focus/ Concept Mouthpiece
- Selmer Silver plated ligature / cap
- Selmer Paris ‘Privilege’ Case
If you have any queries, please call us on 020 7387 4576 (UK) or +44 020 7387 4576 (International)
All accessories are dispatched within the UK by Royal Mail, all instruments are despatched within the UK by Royal Mail Special Delivery, unless otherwise requested.
We aim to dispatch your order same day if received before 2.30pm (excluding Sundays)
For delivery outside the UK we offer a secure courier service. Delivery charges will vary depending on location and weight of goods.
Warranty / Guarantee
All Vibe instruments are dispatched, fully tested and covered by the Vibe Support Plan:
Here at the Vibe, we offer a 1 year guarantee on all new instruments purchased. This includes any adjustments needed in the first year and a free end-of-year checkover!* Please contact us to book this service.
*excluding repairs necessary due to damage by misuse or accident.
About Selmer Paris
Founded in Paris in 1885, Henri Selmer began producing professional grade clarinets in 1898 amongst other wind and brass instruments. During this time, his brother Alexandre Selmer was progressing up through the ranks of the top American Orchestras playing on Selmer Paris clarinets, eventually becoming Principal clarinet of the New York Philharmonic in 1909. He subsequently set up a shop in New York selling Selmer Paris clarinets and later returned to France, entrusting the running of the shop to a fellow colleague. On Alexandre’s return to France, the workshops of Selmer began to expand due to the continuing popularity of the brand. Selmer have continued to add to their extensive range of instruments over the years and continue to be a respected brand name worldwide.