Yamaha SB59C Silent Brass System for Trombone  

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A great system improved.

The Silent Brass system lets you play your horn anywhere you want, anytime you want, and with just the kind of ambiance you want. You can mix into the sounds of a CD player, a Silent Piano, an electronic keyboard or another instrument using the Silent Brass System, and output your playing into a tape deck or even an amp with speakers. Never again will you have to search for a practice room or have to stop because it's getting late. The system includes the Silent Brass module, pickup mute, locking cable, belt-loop/strap, button earphones, and 9V battery. The module has been redesigned. It is sleeker, smaller, the sound quality has been improved, noise reduced, and the controls simplified.

Features

  • Aux in to play along with CDs or MP3s
  • Echo-enhanced sound for large-room ambience
  • Reduced hiss
  • Simplified controls and sleeker look

Order this remarkable system today and give yourself a larger practice time window.

 
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a total piece of junk

By jack

from Pitman, New Jersey

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Pros

    Cons

    • Not Functional
    • Poor Quality

    Best Uses

    • Practicing

    Comments about Yamaha SB59C Silent Brass System for Trombone:

    I previously used the yahama st7 silent brass for 10 years and I was very pleased with the quality and performance. It stopped working, so I ordered the st9 to replace it. What a mistake. The st9 is nowhere near as good as my old st7, doesn't have as many features, and most important, does not sound nearly as good. I can not recommend this product.

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