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Yamaha YCR-2610SII Eb
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100% of reviewers $1,200.00 8.0

 

Description:
Yamaha standard cornets have been designed to incorporate many of the features and characteristics of our top pro models, yet at a standard model price. They offer a beautiful traditional cornet sound, and have highly accurate intonation and a comfortable playability. The 2610SII has a design based upon the popular 6610T and feature a durable silver-plate finish.


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Lightweight Eb cornet
Bell Material Yellow-brass
Bell 119.0mm (4-3/4")
ML bore 11.65mm (0.459")
Finish Silver-plate
Mouthpiece 7D4d


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Bore (inch): 0.459
Bell (inch): 4.750
Bell Mtl.: Yellow Brass
Valves: Monel, 3
Website: http://www.yamaha.com
Keywords: Yamaha YCR-2610SII Eb
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Review Date: 7/19/2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $1,200.00 | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: Price, quality, sound
Cons: slight intonation problems, no 1st slide hook/ring

 
Nice finish, nice sound, nice price. In my horn 1st valve seems to be little flat, which causes certain small intonation problems. Initially the third valve was prone to stuck at times, but after couple weeks of playing the problem vanished.
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Review Date: 12/4/2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
Pros: cheap but good in quality
Cons: nothing so far...

 
I got this cornet last August, 2007 and immediately felt in love with it. It has warm and mellow sound. Although it cant project many characteristic and colour, and sometimes the pistons action are slow (hence waste a lot of valve oil), I think it is good in the sense that it is quite cheap and intonation is reasonably fine. I used this cornet to play Haydn's and Hummel's concerto. Another good thing about this horn is that, from low F sharp (concert A) to double high D (concert F) are all equally easy to play (at least i feel so), the open pedal open also playable.
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