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Yamaha YBB-201MSWC
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BBb. Full size convertible model tuba with .728" bore and 17-1/2" bell won't hold you back. Includes concert and marching gold brass lead pipes so you can go straight from the football field to the concert hall. 3 nickel-plated valves, Silver finish, and case.

Yamaha marching band instruments 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 YBB-201MSWC Convertible Tuba Features:

Key of BBb
Full size convertible model
.728" bore
17-1/2" bell
Gold brass leadpipe
3 nickel-plated valves
Silver finish
Includes case
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Bore (inch): 0.728
Bell (inch): 17.500
Key: BBb
Bell Style: 4/4
Valves: 3, Nickel
Website: http://www.yamaha.com
Keywords: Yamaha YBB-201MSWC
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Review Date: 2/10/2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
Pros: very good tone, great projection, easy to move with.
Cons: water backs up in marching attachment quickly, causing the famous tuba drool in a matter of minutes

 
great sound, alone, or in a group of tubas, nice tone at high volume, and at soft
notes.
projects sound for a very good distance, even at a soft volume.
easy to tune.
the finish seems to wear off after a couple years use, but we did use these horns heavily.
great for intermediate musicians.
with marching attachment, the instrument doesn't even dig into the shoulder!
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