Yamaha SB79C Silent Brass System for Trumpet  

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A great system improved.

The Silent Brass system lets you play your horn anywhere you want, anytime you want, with just the kind of ambience you want. You can mix in the sounds of a CD player, a Silent Piano, an electronic keyboard or another instrument using the Silent Brass System, and output your playing to a recorder 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 Personal Studio 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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YamahaSB79C Silent Brass System for Trumpet
 
4.3

(based on 4 reviews)

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4.0

restrictive mute, mediocre sound, but stil the best practice mute I've tried.

By JK-RXdtS

from Boston, MA

Comments about Yamaha SB79C Silent Brass System for Trumpet:

I wouldn't use it if I didn't have to but I live in an apartment and I'm sure my neighbors wouldn't want to hear Petrushka or Heldenleben while they're trying to live normal, quiet lives. I prefer the silent brass system to any other practice mute because the mute feels relatively open and the feedback from the headphones, while weak, is still better than the sound of a standard whisper mute, or playing into the coat closet. More control of volume, tone, etc. would be nice but compromised practice is better than no practice.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Works as Described

Comments about Yamaha SB79C Silent Brass System for Trumpet:

Purchased for my son & we all love it. While I love to hear him play trumpet can be a bit loud in the house. He can now practice any time he wants even when the rest of us are sleeping. Some sound does leak out, but it is quiet enough that you can't hear from the next room. He loves that he can listen to himself play along with a full orchestra from his i-pod. One draw back - i-pod sound is sent to one ear while his playing is sent to the other.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great for apartmet living!

By Levi Goin

from San Diego, CA

Comments about Yamaha SB79C Silent Brass System for Trumpet:

You can practice and the person in the next room will not be bothered. Great for apartment living. Somewhat restrictive, but still allows you to practice quietly in an otherwise pretty realistic setting. I like that you can mix in MP3 or CD and the headphones let you hear yourself as if the mute was not being used so you can work on intonation.

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(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great...However...

By John Morales III

from San Fernando, California

Comments about Yamaha SB79C Silent Brass System for Trumpet:

The Yamaha PM7 Mute works fantastic. I only have time to practice my trumpet in the night so, this works great to play in the night when everyone is sleeping. The module that is included in the System works well, however, there is one chord, I think one of the aux chords (it comes with 2 of them), that does not connect properly and makes a popping noise. I don't use that chord and only use the other aux chord provided and everything works perfect together.

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