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Yamaha YTR-1310
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Mfg. 1982-1991
Nickel Plate
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Bore (inch): 0.445
Bell (inch): 5.000
Bell Mtl.: Yellow Brass
Website: http://www.yamaha.com
Keywords: Yamaha YTR-1310
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Review Date: 11/14/2005 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 


I found this website just because I was looking for information on my horn. There doesn't seem to be any information out there on this particular one, not even on the Yamaha website. This is what I know about it:

This model is probably at least 10 years old. I was told that this is a semi-professional horn, and I was very happy to aquire mine in a pawn shop. I've had mine for about four or five years, and I got it used, and I'm still quite happy with it. It has a pretty nice sound, and I seem to always been in tune (if I'm playing good), so I don't have to adjust the slide very much.

There is only one water-key, which is in the main tuning slide. I occasionally have to empty the third valve slide by taking it off. From the very few prices I've seen of this horn online, it seems to be around $300-$400 and I believe that's Canadian. I don't know how much my horn was, since my grandfather bought it for me as a gift. Maybe I'll ask him and post it on here.

This horn is crome coloured, and comes in a very nice, sleek case (which often makes people think it's not a trumpet, but a smaller instrument such as a flute... they are obviously, not musicians haha)

There is no tuning slide braces, which I've read makes for a less disturbed flow of vibrations.

I would add a picture, but I don't know how, or if I can.
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