Baer Production Model!
The 6450 CC Tuba was developed together with Alan Baer, tubist with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, who played on Gronitz and Mirafone instruments, but needed a large orchestral CC-Tuba that would exhibit the flexibility to create an immense amount of sound without sacrificing core or clarity. It features a .748" bore with a .787" 4th valve bore and a .846" 5th valve bore plus a 18.89" upright bell. It also features bows and slides that are machine made using hydraulic molds for consistency and are slightly heavier metal than the handmade Baer Tuba.
- Key: CC
- Size: 6/4
- Bore: .748-inch Primary; .787-inch 4th Valve and .846-inch 5th Valve
- Bell: 18.89-inch
- Bell Position: Upright
- Number of Valves: 5
- Valve Position: Front
- Valve Type: 4 Piston and 1 Rotary
- Valve Material: Stainless Steel Piston and Brass Rotary
- Features: Hydraulic Mold Machine Bows and Slides; Piston and Rotary Valve Design
- Case: NO
- Mouthpiece: NO
- Finish: Silver