Yamaha Silent Brass SB-29 Euphonium

Discussion in 'theMouthPiece.com User Reviews' started by Mister 4x4, Jan 8, 2006.

  1. Rapier

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    Those instrument stands are quite smart, too.
     
  2. Baritonedeaf

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  4. Rapier

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    Thanks, not seen those before. Is the bell protected or does the horn just dangle from the top hook?
     
  5. Rapier

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    You don't need to answer that. I now own one. :D Just passed my nearest music shop, after dropping my wife off at the station and low and behold, they had one; which now belongs to me. :D
     
  6. Baritonedeaf

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    That hook is for the mouth pipe - so they sort of sit at an angle - well thats how i have always done it anyway!

    Nice purchase :)
     
  7. Baritonedeaf

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    Have a look at my Baritone Stand and the position of how to put it on for Rapier...

    Its great!
     

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  8. Rapier

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    I see. The lead pipe on a Tenor Horn is not as big, so it fits the stand better if I have the instrument the same way as yours , but move it upright and then hook the centre pipe (the thick tube behind the valves as in your picture) over the hook support.
     
  9. Mister 4x4

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    I believe I like that stand better than mine. There's a brace that tends to get hooked on Nacho that El Cheapo didn't have.
     
  10. Baritonedeaf

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    Hmm - do you have a sovereign? Have always worried about scratching/denting the valve block if i didi that - i think that if you had a Bari like Mr 4x4 then you would put it vertical with the top pipe in the hook (how i believe it was designed) but that is how i alwya do it anyway...
    You can pick it up qucikly and easily without risk of damage to the instrument.
     
  11. Norwegianbaritone

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    My baritone are also a Besson Sovereign.. (4-valves)
    I bought a silent brass system for trombone andBass trombone, that works!!
     
  12. Baritonedeaf

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    Nice one - do you have the model number please?
     
  13. Norwegianbaritone

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    Of the silent brass system? its SB5-9
    and the mute has got the number PM5
     
  14. Baritonedeaf

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