Bass Clarinet... fond memories of playing a beautiful LeBlanc in high school - the wood body was so much more temperamental going from the warm band room to the freezing stage but sounded so much better than the composite.
Bass Clarinet in B-flat. Length (bell to bend at base): 853 mm. Diameter of bell: 157 mm. Length of tube (approx.) 1925 mm. Mouthpiece: 92 mm. Crook (approx.) 300 mm. Tube length left side of tube (bell end to bottom of bend): ca. 660 mm. right side of tube: 650 mm. Bell: 210 mm. Made after 1852; Olmutz, Czech republic
theclarinetcorner: An old Leblanc promo photo that includes the most complete family of clarinets ever built. The two tallest are an octocontralto and an octocontrabass, which were only built as prototypes. They are the lowest reed intruments ever made.