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Yamaha YBH-301M Series Marching Bb Baritone (YBH-301MS) - Lacquer Style
Yamaha YBH-301M Series Marching Bb Baritone (YBH-301MS) - Silver Style
Price: $2,169.99 - $2,418.99
Item #: 483650 994
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Product Overview

  • Key: Bb
    Bore: .571-inch
    Bell: 10-inch
    Bell Material: Yellow Brass
    Valves: Nickel-Plated Pistons
    Features: Gold Brass Leadpipe; Large Shank Mouthpiece Receiver; Heavy Bracing
    Case: Yes
    Mouthpiece: Yamaha L48 Large Shank
    Finish: Lacquer, Silver
Product Details

Yamaha YBH-301M Series Marching Bb Baritone

The YBH301M Series features a .571" bore designed for a large, full sound, plus a large shank mouthpiece for a more natural feel to your euphonium players on the field.

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[ 3 of 5 customers found this review helpful ]


By Tony Wolcott from Marietta Georgia on 4/25/2011 12:26:44 PM

It's balanced very well. It's perfect for those looking to be heard on the field. My only con about is that it's heavy, but you can over come it. I'm the smallest one in my section, but I'm the best.

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Not a good choice

By Mark Sanchez from Plano tx on 8/14/2013 10:20:21 AM

My school just bought a whole new set for the Euphoniums, we were excited since they were smaller, and lighter than the Kings we marched with before. It's been two weeks and 7 of us have had problems with the first and second valves, if you forget to empty the spit, it drips out the bell, the spit will flow back through the mouthpiece into your mouth and you can tell the instruments were made cheaply

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