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Yamaha YSL-620
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100% of reviewers $2,012.50 9.5

 

Description:
Specifications
Level Professional Tenor
Key Bb / F
Bore L: .547"
Bell Diameter 8-1/2"
Shank Medium
Leadpipe Gold brass
Body Material Yellow brass
Bell Material Yellow brass; two-piece
Weight Standard
Finish Gold epoxy lacquer
Inner Slide Chrome-plated nickel silver; Drawn
Outer Slide Brass; Drawn; One-piece
Mouthpiece L48
Features F-attachment; contoured case
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Bore (inch): 0.547
Bell (inch): 8.500
Key: Bb/F
Bell material: Yellow Brass
Website: http://www.yamaha.com
Keywords: Yamaha YSL-620
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Anonymous
Review Date: 1/31/2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $1,750.00 | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: EVERYTHING
Cons: NONE

 
A Nice trombone. Suitable for orchestral and soloist job. Perfect for its price and its case. A must for the MODERN trombonists.
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Anonymous
Review Date: 1/31/2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $2,800.00 | Rating: 0 

 
Pros: VERY GOOD
Cons: NOT TO HEAVY

 
Very good horn, wonderful tone, great projection. I am happy with this, but here in Europe It costed me too much.
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Anonymous
Review Date: 1/31/2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $1,850.00 | Rating: 0 

 
Pros: NICE BONE!!!!!!!!!!!
Cons: ANY

 
I agre with you. One more thing. The combination of yellow brass material with gold epoxy laquer finished is PERFECT. It makes a super tone. The best in projection, with PURE SOUND. Not too wide if not a TROMBONE TONE.
Andrew Martins, Principal Trombone
Scotish Denver Symphony Orchestra
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Anonymous
Review Date: 7/27/2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $1,650.00 | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: High overall quality, nice craftmanship, beautiful tone
Cons: narrow "Conn-ish" slide (personal comment, of course)

 
Very good horn, not heavy like the 882 series, but good and suitable for overall pourpose.
Very easy to play, warm tune, free blowing horn.
I don't liked the narrow slide, I prefer the "42-ish" style, but after seven months with this trombone I very happy and totally satisfied.
Good, good horn at a reasonable price.
The 48L mouthpiece who came with the horn is not the best, with this trombone, of course, JMO
With a bigger mpc this horn play better, and with a more beautiful range of colors in the tune (try e.g. a Yamaha 51 or 52, or a Schilke 51, or DW 5BL)
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