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Yamaha YEP-201
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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.

Yamaha YEP-201 Student Euphonium Features:

Key of Bb
.571" bore
11" upright bell
Gold brass lead pipe
3 nickel-plated pistons
Clear epoxy lacquer finish
Includes mouthpiece and valve oil
Plastic case
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Bore (inch): 0.571
Bell (inch): 11.000
Key: Bb
Bell Style: Upright
Valves: 3, Nickel
Website: http://www.yamaha.com
Keywords: Yamaha YEP-201
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Review Date: 2/28/2006 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 8 

Pros: Great tone, well-made case, good valves, just about bulletproof
Cons: plastic valve guides wear out quickly in school

I used one of these fine euphoniums in school. I think that it is a good horn, but far too expensive for the instrument you get. You can buy a four-valved euphonium for the price of this one.

Nevertheless, if you don't mind spending money on this Yamaha, you'll get a horn that can take a lot of abuse and still come out playing well. I like the tone that this euphonium produces, and it has a good feel to it. The notes all land easily. This is the best (and most expensive) three-valve euphonium on the market.
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