Not me, but I'd be interested to hear from anyone who has. They are stocked by Jonathan Myalls - Griff, if you're not away dealing with naughty pirates, did you ever play one when you worked there?
They can be bought for about £112, so about the same as the cheapest student clari. On Amazon there're three reviews, two very positive, one (barely literate) very negative.
Marketed at kids from 6-7 years and up. However, my daughter could manage a full sized clari from the age of 9, so really you'd be buying for a couple of years' use. Personally I'd be attracted just by the novelty, but then I guess that just explains why I've got a house full of musical instruments.
What is the mouthpiece like,and what reed does it take,please Griff.These are supposed to be an improvement on the earlier version.
A lot of the kids around here start on them, cos their hands won't quite stretch to a Bb. They always sound harsh to me, compared to the Bb, even in the hands of a more experienced player.
Not too many clarinet parts written for a C, so you're back to transposing....
The fingering has not got all the duplicates found on a Boehm,but if you can play a Boehm,this is no trouble.The warlike woman is selling these cheap.