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Congratulations!
You are now the owner of a high quality musical instrument. Thank you for choosing
Yamaha. For instructions on the proper assembly of the instrument, and how to keep the
instrument in optimum condition for as long as possible, we urge you to read this Owner’s
Manual thoroughly.
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Wir beglückwünschen Sie!
Sie sind nun der stolze Besitzer eines hochwertigen Musikinstruments. Vielen Dank, dass Sie sich für
ein Instrument der Marke Yamaha entschiedenen haben. Um mit den Handgriffen zum Zusammensetzen und Zerlegen des Instruments vertraut zu werden und dieses über Jahre hinweg in optimalem
Zustand halten zu können, raten wir Ihnen, diese Anleitung aufmerksam durchzulesen.
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Félicitations!
Vous êtes dès à présent le propriétaire d’un instrument de musique de haute qualité. Nous vous
remercions d’avoir choisi Yamaha. En ce qui concerne les instructions relatives à un assemblage adéquat de l’instrument et sur la façon de garder l’instrument dans des conditions optimales aussi longtemps que possible, nous vous conseillons vivement de lire entièrement le présent Mode d’emploi.
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¡Enhorabuena!
Usted es ahora propietario de un instrumento musical de alta calidad. Le agradecemos su elección
de un instrumento Yamaha. Le aconsejamos que lea todo este manual de instrucciones para ver las
instrucciones para el montaje correcto del instrumento y para aprender a conservar el instrumento
en óptimas condiciones durante tanto tiempo como sea posible.
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祝贺您 !
您已经拥有了一款高品质的乐器。感谢您选择雅马哈品牌的乐器。为正确组装乐器且尽量长时间
地保持其最佳状态 , 我们强烈建议您通读此使用手册。
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Поздравляем!
Вы стали обладателем высококачественного музыкального инструмента. Благодарим Вас
за выбор продукции Yamaha. Для получения инструкций по правильной сборке данного
инструмента и его длительном хранении в оптимальных условиях мы настоятельно
рекомендуем Вам внимательно прочитать настоящее руководство.
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Bassoon
Owner’s Manual
Precautions
Please read before using
The precautions given below concern the proper and safe use of the instrument, and are to protect you and others from any damage or injuries. Please follow and obey these precautions.
If children are using the instrument, a guardian should clearly explain these precautions to the child and make
sure they are fully understood and obeyed. After reading this manual, please keep it in a safe place for future
reference.
■ About the Icons
: This icon indicates points which should be paid attention to.
Caution
: This icon indicates actions that are prohibited.
Disobeying the points indicated with this mark may
lead to damage or injury.
Do not throw or swing the instrument around, or in the direction of others.
This is dangerous. Parts of the instrument may become detached hitting others. Always treat the instrument with care.
Keep oils, polishes, and other such substances out of children’s mouths and reach of children. Also, perform
instrument maintenance in an area away from children.
Keep the oil, polish, etc., out of children’s reach and do maintenance when children are not present.
Take care not to touch the needle springs during maintenance.
These springs have sharp ends and are particularly found on high-end models to provide enhanced key action.
Pay attention to temperature, humidity, etc.
Do not expose the instrument to heat sources such as heaters, etc. Also, avoid using or storing the instrument in places
where it may be exposed to abnormal temperatures, humidity, etc. Doing so may damage the balance of key connections,
and pad alignment, which can be the source of trouble when playing.
Protect the instrument from damage.
Placed on an unstable surface the instrument can drop resulting in damage. Pay close attention to where the instrument is
placed.
Never modify the instrument.
Doing so will void the warranty and may result in irreparable damage.
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Special Care for Wooden Instruments
The body of the bassoon is made from maple so it is sensitive to sudden changes
in temperature and humidity. Such changes can cause cracks in the body as well
as distortion that can make assembly of the joints difficult. Please pay close
attention to the environment in which the instrument is used and the manner in
which the instrument is treated.
● During the winter season, wait until the instrument is warmed up before playing.
● Do not play new instruments for long periods of time. Play for 20 to 30 minutes a day
for the first two weeks (if, however, the instrument must be played for long periods
of time, remove moisture from the instrument frequently).
● Whenever possible, use a cleaning swab to remove moisture and dirt from the
instrument. This should be done during playing sessions as well.
The bassoon is a very delicate instrument. Handling the instrument in any of the
manners described below can result in damage. Never treat the instrument in such
a manner.
● Playing or storing the instrument where it will be exposed to direct sunlight for an
extended period of time.
● Playing or storing the instrument in places subject to moisture (rain, etc.) or high
humidity.
● Playing or storing the instrument close to a heat source such as a stove, heater, etc.
● Playing or storing the instrument in places where it will be directly exposed to cold
air from an air conditioner, etc.
To keep the instrument in optimum condition, please observe the following
important points.
● After playing, use a cleaning swab to thoroughly remove moisture and dirt.
● When putting the instrument down for breaks, etc., use a cleaning swab to remove
moisture and dirt, then lean the instrument against a sturdy stand, etc. If you must
lay the instrument down, make sure the keys are facing up and the instrument laid
down on a stable surface.
● After playing, make sure the instrument is stored in its case. Never keep the instrument in places where it may be exposed to high temperatures or high humidity.
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Nomenclature
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Bell Joint
Whisper Key
Bocal (Crook)
Bass Joint
Tenor (Wing) Joint
Strap Ring
Hand Rest
Double (Boot) Joint
Protector Cap
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* Due to improvements, specifications and/
or design may change without notice.
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Assembly
Before Assembling the Instrument
(Please pay close attention to the following)
The bassoon is made from natural wood and precision metal parts. When holding or
assembling the instrument, make sure the keys are protected from damage due to
impacts, etc.
Also, if the joint is tight or stiff when assembling the instrument, apply a thin layer of
cork grease and try inserting it into the receiver again. Be careful not to apply too much
cork grease. If the joint is still tight, apply a small amount of cork grease to the receiver.
■ Assembling the Instrument
Assembling the Tenor Joint
and Double Joint
1.
Insert the tenor joint into the double joint.
Tenor Joint
* If the tenor joint was rotated too far, remove
the joint in a manner that does not damage
the key connections and try assembling
again. Forcibly rotating the joint in the opposite direction when keys are in contact
with each other can damage the keys.
Double Joint
2. Rotate the tenor joint to the right to
assemble. At this time, make sure that
there is even spacing between the tenor
joint’s curved hollow lining and the bass
joint’s socket.
Assembling the Bass Joint and
Double Joint
Assemble the bass joint so that the C# and Eb
keys do not come into contact with the tenor
joint.
1.
Insert the bass joint about halfway into the
double joint.
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Assembly
Attaching the Bell
Bass Joint
• As shown in the illustration below, gently
hold the bell key pad down to raise the
connection at the opposite end, and insert
the bell section into the bass joint.
Insert halfway
Double Joint
2. Rotate the bass joint so that the tenor joint
comes into contact with the stopper on
the bass joint.
* Take care not to apply too much pressure
on the bell key pad.
Attaching the Hand Rest
1.
Stopper
Screw the hand rest into its holder
stopping at a comfortable position.
3. Continue to insert the bass joint, all the
way into the socket.
* Take care not to over tighten the hand rest.
2. Tighten the ring on the screw to secure
the hand rest.
Fully insert
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Assembly
Attaching the Bocal
1.
Make sure that the whisper key’s pad on
the tenor joint is open.
Whisper Key
■ Adjusting the Joint Sections
● Body joints are wrapped with string. If
the joints fit tight, loosen the string to
adjust the fit. (If you don’t have the
time to do this, applying some cork
grease.)
● The bocal’s joint section is covered
with cork. Make sure cork grease is
applied to the cork before assembling.
Also, some models use cork on the
joints. If so, make sure cork grease is
applied to the corks before assembling.
2. First apply some cork grease or suitably
moisten the cork, then attach the bocal as
shown in the illustration below.
■ Tuning
● The Yamaha Bassoon is supplied with
two bocals of different lengths. Select
the bocal according to the pitch you
want the bassoon tuned to. When
exchanging the bocal to adjust the
pitch, pay close attention to the
whisper key’s pad. Air will leak if the
pad is not properly aligned with the
tone hole.
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Assembly
■ Disassembling the Instrument
To disassemble the bassoon, follow the steps
described below. Also, refer to the “Maintenance” section on the following page to
properly care for the instrument.
1. Remove the reed.
2. Remove the bocal.
3. Remove the bell and bass joints as one
section, then remove the bell from the
bass joint (the bell can, however, be
removed from the bass joint before
removing the bass joint from the
instrument). At this time, take care not to
apply too much force on the B key.
4. Remove the tenor joint.
5. Remove moisture from the double joint’s
narrower tube.
6. Clean each of the parts.
Take Care When Handling the Bassoon
Don’t let moisture accumulate in the
wider of the double joint’s tubes while
playing the instrument.
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Maintenance
After Playing
Follow the procedures given below and make sure moisture and dirt is thoroughly
removed from the inside of the instrument after playing.
■ Caring for the Instrument’s
Interior
Tenor Joint Maintenance
1.
Double Joint Maintenance
1.
Remove moisture collected in the U-Tube
from the narrower side of the tube.
As shown in the illustration below, block
one end of the tenor joint and blow air
through the other to blow out any
moisture that may be in the tone holes.
* Please take note that placing the C# tone hole
face down can cause moisture to accumulate.
If moisture is present in the double joint’s
wider tube, remove the U-Tube and clean the
tube thoroughly. Also, make sure to remove
moisture from the Ab key hold if any is
present there.
2. Run a cleaning swab (for the tenor joint)
through the tenor joint’s interior to
remove moisture.
2. Remove the U-Tube cover.
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Maintenance
3. Remove the nuts holding the U-Tube in
place, and carefully remove the U-Tube
from the bassoon.
* Take care not to damage with cork with the
bolt.
4. Remove moisture from the cork.
6. Reattach the U-Tube making sure it is
5.
Insert the weighted end of the cleanings
swab into the black tube, and pull the
swab through the opposite end to remove
moisture.
properly aligned with the instrument’s
bore and the bolts. Tighten both nuts
evenly to secure.
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Maintenance
Bass Joint and Bell Joint
Maintenance
2. Apply a small amount of key oil between
the key and key posts about once a
month.
A cleaning swab (for the double joint) should
be run through these sections about every
other month to remove dirt from the
instrument’s interior.
■ Instrument Maintenance
Use a polishing cloth once or twice a month
to wipe the instrument’s surface.
* Wipe off any excess oil.
3. Use a tone hole cleaner to remove the dirt
or dust that accumulates between the keys
and body.
Key and Pad Maintenance
1.
Use a polishing cloth or silver cloth to
wipe the key surfaces.
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Maintenance
4. Use a cleaning swab to remove dirt and
moisture from the pads.
■ Pay Attention to the Following When Storing the Instrument
● Never place an object on the case that
may apply pressure to the instrument’s
keys or body.
● Never apply excessive force to the
instrument or case.
● Make sure the instrument is stored in
its case when not in use.
* Use a cleaning swab to remove moisture
from the Ab tone hole.
● Do not warm the instrument with air
from, or put the instrument close to a
heat source such as a heater, furnace
vent, etc.
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Troubleshooting
The tone is not clear, or the instrument plays out of tune.
If pads are deformed and air is leaking
from the instrument, take the instrument
to your dealer for repair.
➞ Never apply excessive pressure to the
keys. Also, when placing the instrument
in the case, make sure that nothing is
placed on top of the instrument.
If the body cracks, take the instrument
to your dealer for repair.
➞ Sudden changes in temperature or humidity can cause cracking. Do not directly
expose the instrument to hot or cold air.
The keys are stiff. The keys do not
move.
If a spring has become dislodged, returning it to its proper position may correct
the problem.
➞ When hooking the spring in position, be
careful not to bend the spring. Springs
may become dislodged when performing maintenance on the instrument or
when wiping the instrument with a cloth.
Please use caution.
If keys are bent, take the instrument to
your dealer for repair.
➞ Do not apply excessive force to the instrument such as dropping the instrument, closing the case when an object is
placed on top of the instrument, etc. Also,
when you are finished playing, place the
instrument in the case. At this time, make
sure that there is nothing in the case that
will apply pressure on the keys. When
assembling the instrument, be careful not
to apply unnecessary pressure to the
keys. Hold on to the instrument in the
intervals between performance and during breaks between practice.
The joint is too tight or loose.
If the joint is tight, apply a small amount
of cork grease to the joint cork. If the
joint is still tight, apply some cork grease
to the receiver side as well.
➞ Changes in temperature and/or humidity can cause the cork to shrink or expand which can make the joints tight in
the summer and loose in the winter. After you are finished playing, make sure
you store the instrument in its case, rather
than leave it out.
If the joint cork is torn, take the instrument to your dealer for repair.
➞ Proper application of cork grease offers
some protection against tearing of the
cork. However, if the cork becomes torn,
take the instrument to your dealer for repair.
The keys are noisy.
Apply key oil if the keys lack oil and are
dry, and tighten screws that have become
loose.
➞ Apply key oil once a month (1-2 drops
per location) to prevent abrasion. Also,
since woodwind instruments have many
small screws, check for loose screws and
tighten if necessary.
The cork or felt on the keys has fallen
off or torn.The instrument may have received a shock causing the keys to come
in contact with the body or other keys.
In this case, take the instrument to your
dealer for repair.
➞ Take proper care of the instrument to
prevent the corks or felts from falling off.
After playing the instrument keep the instrument in its case. Also, hold on to the
instrument in the intervals between performance and during breaks between
practice to prevent excessive pressure
being placed on the instrument or keys.
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