Yamaha YMP-204M Series Marching F Mellophone  

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Bright, powerful sound ideal for the field!

The Yamaha YMP-204M Series Marching F Mellophone is an especially responsive mellophone with a powerful upper register. Its strong, bright sound is designed to carry to the back of the football stadium. Recently improved weight distribution gives this mellophone improved balance. With improved comfort and free-blowing response, this mellophone is a very accessible instrument for a French horn player doubling on the mellophone. The YMP-204M has a .462" bore and a 10" yellow brass bell with an improved shape for optimal projection. It also has 3 nickel-plated pistons and a 1st valve slide thumb hook. This model has improved intonation over previous mellophones. This mellophone comes with a MP-14F4 mouthpiece and a case. The Yamaha YMP-204M Series Marching F Mellophone is in a lacquer or silver finish.

  • Key: F
  • Bore: .462"
  • Bell: 10"
  • Bell Material: Yellow Brass
  • Valves: Nickel-Plated Nickel Alloy
  • Features: Gold Brass Leadpipe; Improved Weight Distribution; Improved Bell Shape for Optimum Projection
  • Case: Yes
  • Mouthpiece: 14F4 Mellophone Mouthpiece and French Horn Mouthpiece Adapter

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By J. Bupp

from Michigan

Comments about Yamaha YMP-204M Series Marching F Mellophone:

My high school uses the yamaha mellophone and I loved it. It stays relatively in tune, free blowing, and has a wonderful sound that doesn't distort as you play louder. The instrument is a little heavy and can strain your back.

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