Yamaha YBH-621S Series Baritone Horn
Professional Concert Baritone Horns
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Gold brass mouthpipe and valve casings for long-term precision. Monel pistons are resistant to corrosion and maintain precise fit and smooth action for many years. Hand-lapped valves and slides ensure perfect fit for smooth airflow and action.
Yamaha baritones and euphoniums are among the most respected instruments in the world. For solid value, engineering excellence, and reliability, Yamaha is second to none. Premium features such as honed valves for zero air leakage, perfectly round pressure-formed tubing for smoother air flow and excellent scale, plus laser-fused pluzuma welded bells for continuous even vibration make these horns great sounding, supremely easy to play, and very durable.
All Yamaha wind instruments come with a limited 5-year warranty.
- Key: Bb / F
- Bore: .504-inch
- Bell: 8-3/8-inch
- Bell Material: Yellow Brass
- Bell Position: Upright
- Valves: Monel Piston
- Number of Valves: 4
- Valve Position: Traditional (3 Top + 1 Side)
- System: Compensating
- Features: Compensating Valve System; Gold Brass Leadpipe and Valve Casings
- Case: YAC BHC-61 Plastic Shell Case
- Mouthpiece: Yamaha 45C2-12C
- Mouthpiece Shank: Small
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Comments about Yamaha YBH-621S Series Baritone Horn:
If you notice the picture, or have ever had the chance to play one there is none of the extra tubing associated with compensating horns. Also, anything using the third valve is really, really stuffy. I don't know If the ports were misaligned, but the one I played was brand new, and anything using 3rd valve was almost impossible to get a good centered tone.The three valve version is even worse. As a long time low brass player, and an apprentice instrument repair tech, these may pe some of the most overrated horns on the market. Save up and buy The Besson.