Each school of music has its own instrumental character. The German school favours a full and focused woody sound, while the French school of wind instruments cultivates vigour and fluidity, and beauty in the model
Buffet Crampon has contributed in a material way to the creation of the modern clarinet and the founding of high-quality interpretation.
It has also played a preponderant role in developing teaching methods, accompanying an illustrious line of teachers that have graduated from the best music conservatories in the world.
The E13 clarinets were developed for most students who are preparing for a career as a professional musician and whose technical level has exceeded the quality of their first instrument.
Made entirely in grenadilla wood, these clarinets give these musicians their first sensations as a soloist.
Buffet Crampon is committed to helping clarinetists grow by providing them with the utmost in quality and know-how. Our clarinets are not just instruments, they’re tools for the future.