About Rodriguez Musical Services

RMS is a clarinet shop in Atlanta, GA owned by clarinetists, Heather and Alcides Rodriguez. Our team of professional clarinetists hand-selects instruments directly at Buffet to provide customers with the best to choose from. All RMS clarinets are professionally set up or fully upgraded by our repair technician. We invite you try our clarinets by either setting up a trial via mail or by making an appointment at our shop. We ship all over the US.
Meet the Team

Hand-Selected

All RMS clarinets are hand-selected at Buffet so you have the best to choose from.

Professionally Set Up

All RMS clarinets are professionally set up or fully upgraded by our repair technician.

Clarinet Artists

RMS is a team of professional clarinetists who understand your performance concerns.

Best Quality & Value

We provide the highest quality clarinets at the lowest prices.

“I’m absolutely in love with my new instrument. Alcides’ work truly makes a huge difference in how the instrument plays. And most importantly, my new instrument was selected by a performer: someone who understands the concerns and needs of other performers.”
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Whether you're looking for a top quality professional clarinet, an excellent student model or something special in between, we'll help you find the best clarinet to suit your needs.
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Read about what’s new at RMS, and check out our exclusive Guest Articles!

Guest Article: Six Questions for Mark Nuccio

Heather Rodriguez interviews Houston Symphony Principal Clarinetist, Mark Nuccio on his methods, his philosophy and what drives him beyond the music.   As the incoming Artist Lecturer […]

Guest Article: Applying and Auditioning for Music Degrees – A Timeline and Checklist

This RMS guest article is written by Jenny Maclay, American clarinetist and blogger based in Quebec. www.jennyclarinet.com   Applying to university or conservatory music programs is stressful and overwhelming, whether […]

Guest Article: Guide to Building a Teaching Studio

This RMS guest article is written by Atlanta-based clarinetist, Miranda Dohrman.   When I started freelancing, I wasn’t ready to start teaching.  I didn’t feel I had […]