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Hisonic Signature Clarinet (2021 Review)

Reviewing high-quality instruments that can provide a lot value to the musical students is our passion and in this article, we will review the clarinet made by Hisonic.

Hisonic Signature Clarinet has an excellent tone and it is very easy to play which can be a great option for musical students who are in a marching band, orchestra and jazz band. It costs a little bit more than it should but it is worth it if you have the budget for it.

We believe that there are a lot of things that you will love in this product. So, we suggest keep reading our review to learn more about Hisonic Signature Clarinet.

Hisonic Signature Clarinet

About: From looks to the sound quality, there are a lot of things that we like about Hisonic Signature Clarinet and in this review, we will talk about them one by one. This product can last for a long time for musical players who are at the beginner or intermediate level.

Features: Let’s start with the material of this product which is ebonite. We believe it is a very good choice of material since not only ebonite is very durable but also it makes it very resistant against any impact that might come from drops.

It is true that its price tag is a little bit higher than its equivalents, however, it is a U.S.A. made clarinet and it also comes with Prestini pads which justifies the price a lot. So, it is definitely worth the investment if you intent to play your clarinet for a long time.

We highly suggest this clarinet if you’re a beginner or an intermediate player since it can last for you for a long time and there are a lot of reasons for it including the sound quality. This clarinet has a great sound quality and that makes Hisonic Signature Clarinet that can be great for an orchestra, marching band or a jazz band.

As for the keys, we should mention that this clarinet comes with nickel plated keys which are ergonomic. So, you can use this product for a long time without hurting your fingers and that is another very important this about this clarinet.

As for the accessories, we should mention that you will also receive a bunch of them such as a mouthpiece, cork grease, reed protector and a cleaning swab. It also comes with a carrying case which makes it very easy to carry around.

The possibility of your clarinet having defects is one of the things that makes most musical players stay away from a product. The manufacturer of this clarinet solved this by providing a 1-year manufacturer’s warranty which is a very important thing since you can return it in case you encounter some issues with the product after playing it for a while.

Buyer’s Guide

We love including a buyer’s guide in our every review and we will do the same in Hisonic Clarinet. This is to give you some information about clarinets so that you can make a better decision when you’re making your purchase. Let’s start with whether buying or renting is a good idea when obtaining an instrument.

Should You Buy or Rent?

There are two ways to get an instrument which are buying and renting. In some cases, it might be a better idea to rent a clarinet such as if you’re not sure whether you’re going to stick with the habit of playing clarinet or not. However, other than that, we believe it is often a better idea to buy a clarinet for the reasons that we will discuss below.

  • Most people rent instruments to save money which is especially true for beginners. However, in most cases, it is a better idea to buy a clarinet instead of renting since there are a lot of budget friendly and high-quality instruments in today’s market. We always suggest buying since it will much more affordable if you’re going to play your clarinet for a long time.
  • It is possible to turn a beginner clarinet into an intermediate clarinet if you play it for a while by selling it which is very easy today since a lot of secondhand instrument are bought today.
  • Newly bought instruments are often in better conditions since the rental instruments often have some defects that can be annoying such as nicks, dents, and scratches. It is also worth mentioning that you will also be liable for damage that will happen on the clarinet.

The Materials Used When Making a Clarinet

There are different materials used in a clarinet which are plastic, wood and ebonite. Most people think that wooden clarinet has a better quality which is not necessarily true since each material has its own advantages and disadvantages.

For instance, in terms of durability, ebonite is the strongest material among others that is also the reason why beginners or musical students who are in a marching band often prefer clarinets that has ebonite as the material. The main reason for that is that ebonite is very resistant against drop etc.

As for the sound quality, contrary to common belief, there is not a big different in the sound quality between the different materials such as wooden, ebonite and plastic. So, you need to look at the other features of a clarinet to understand whether it has a good sound quality or not.

Conclusion: Hisonic Signature Clarinet (2021 Review)

We love reviewing various instruments that have different qualities to be able to reach out musical students who are at all levels. In this article, we wanted to review Hisonic Signature Clarinet which is a good beginner to intermediate level clarinet.

There are a lot of things to love about this clarinet from sound quality and the high-quality material. The only con that we could come up was the price tag which is a little bit higher its equivalents but it is definitely worth it if you have the budget for it!