SansClarinet07 • May 9, 2018 Although, I'm not a sax player, they are TECHNICALLY woodwinds... So... In or not? Comments [user=24203106]nathan__hogg[/user] But I mean the group is called "Clarinets Rule"... [user=29505337]OlympicDaisy[/user] [user=nathan__hogg]nathan__hogg[/user] See thank you, no further discussion needed [user=28339774]grayfoxstp4316[/user] no they are gonna call us squidwards [user=26906173]SquidwardWannaB[/user] it would then be woodwinds rule so unless you are a tenor which is Bb i say no [user=29505337]OlympicDaisy[/user] [user=SquidwardWannaB]SquidwardWannaB[/user] Just because the tenor is in B♭doesn't make it a clarinet. When they get to play in orchestras, FULL TIME, and they no what it feels like to actually have a range, and when they have to deal with register keys, then I will consider them as such. [user=27717307]SansClarinet07[/user] Okay, so no saxophones? [user=29843290]PineappleLord[/user] [user=SansClarinet07]SansClarinet07[/user] soprano saxes only [user=27117429]Sax_music_nerd[/user] Wait wait I am primary saxophone but I dabble with Clarinet and Bass Clarinet. I understand the pain of reeds and pads just like you guys do :( [user=29505337]OlympicDaisy[/user] [user=Brody Norris]Brody Norris[/user] As long as you actually play the clarinet then you are a clarinet player. [user=28193334]Anakin Stop Panakin[/user] Distant relatives still count as family. Why not? [user=30344044]OnlineBowserJr.[/user] [user=Anakin Stop Panakin]Anakin Stop Panakin[/user] Maybe in the Woodwind family but last time I checked this group was named "Clarinet's Rule!" not Woodwinds rule. [user=29843290]PineappleLord[/user] Soprano saxes(google it) only they literally look like clarinets and play in the same key [user=29505337]OlympicDaisy[/user] [user=PineappleLord]PineappleLord[/user] When they understand what having a range and pressing a register feels like then they can join [user=30295427]musiclover215[/user] ONLY IF U SWITCH OVER [user=30344044]OnlineBowserJr.[/user] I think it's common sense that if the group is called "Clarinets Rule!" it should feature everything that is the clarinet, and nothing else. If you are going to allow other Woodwind Instruments in then the name of this group should not be about Clarinets. Why is this even a question or a topic to talk about? This "clarinet" group is a little to welcoming and inclusive for my taste. There is nothing wrong with inclusion but when your name says one thing but it actually mean something else thats where it starts to confuse people. [user=29505337]OlympicDaisy[/user] [user=OnlineBowserJr.]OnlineBowserJr.[/user] Exactly that's just like someone who has a username that has something to do with the Clarinet but the clarinet doesn't actually relate to them in any form or fashion, either in their personal life or online. They may play the Flute or saxophone as their instrument. [user=26946573]Steam Man Band[/user] I’m starting clarinet soon (primarily for my own interests, but I can do it for school credit too lol) so I’m alright, right? Despite being primarily a sax player (at least tenor and soprano are in the same key) Your comment Only members of a group can post to group discussions, so Join Guys, should Sax players be let in too?