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Bass Clarinet

$117-$129/mo

The bass clarinet is a larger and lower-pitched version of the clarinet. It is commonly used in classical music and jazz, and is known for its deep and rich tone. The bass clarinet requires good breath control and finger dexterity, but once mastered, it can add a unique and powerful sound to any musical arrangement. Our bass clarinets are carefully selected and maintained to ensure that they meet the highest standards of sound quality and playability. We offer a range of sizes and models to accommodate players of all ages and skill levels. Browse our bass clarinet rental options below and start playing today!

Month-to-month with no contract

Does your child want to try out a different instrument? Do you need to exchange your rental instrument with free shipping? Decide music isn't your thing? How much does a clarinet rental cost? You can end your clarinet rentals at any time and owe nothing additional.

Rent to own

Your rental payments build equity towards eventual ownership of your instrument. Our Early Purchase Option allows you to buy early and save!

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Upgrade anytime

Upgrade for zero fees and free shipping when you're ready to level up from a beginner bass clarinet to an intermediate or professional bass clarinet.

Maintenance & repairs included

We'll arrange free shipping and get your instrument back to you within a week

Intermediate Instruments

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BAC  Apprentice Select Bass Clarinet
Rent NowOut of Stock
  • Rent for $117/mo + $12 maintenance/mo
  • End rental or change instruments for free anytime
  • 36 payments until ownership
Learn about our 50% Early Purchase Discount Option
Jupiter Bass Clarinet
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  • Rent for $129/mo + $12 maintenance/mo
  • End rental or change instruments for free anytime
  • 40 payments until ownership
Learn about our 50% Early Purchase Discount Option

The bass clarinet is a larger and lower-pitched version of the clarinet. It is commonly used in classical music and jazz, and is known for its deep and rich tone. The bass clarinet requires good breath control and finger dexterity, but once mastered, it can add a unique and powerful sound to any musical arrangement. Our bass clarinets are carefully selected and maintained to ensure that they meet the highest standards of sound quality and playability. We offer a range of sizes and models to accommodate players of all ages and skill levels. Browse our bass clarinet rental options below and start playing today!

Month-to-month with no contract

Does your child want to try out a different instrument? Do you need to exchange your rental instrument with free shipping? Decide music isn't your thing? How much does a clarinet rental cost? You can end your clarinet rentals at any time and owe nothing additional.

Rent to own

Your rental payments build equity towards eventual ownership of your instrument. Our Early Purchase Option allows you to buy early and save!

Learn More

Upgrade anytime

Upgrade for zero fees and free shipping when you're ready to level up from a beginner bass clarinet to an intermediate or professional bass clarinet.

Maintenance & repairs included

We'll arrange free shipping and get your instrument back to you within a week

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