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Conn 36K Series Fiberglass BBb SousaphoneThe Conn 36K Sousaphone is a superior fiberglass instrument with a great tone and projection. The 36K features a .687 inch bore with a 26 inch bell. An excellent lightweight choice for any marching program.
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this tuba may be really good but depends on you but personally i think its a piece crap just because i love silver and gold and love brass not fiberglass, not only that 3 g's is too expensive for a fiber glass but if your really desperate go for it. a tuba is a tuba but for me its all about quality it still have nice sound, but everybody knows that you cant project that well with fiberglass nothing wrong with it but if you have money go for it
It's pretty clear that this is a fiberglas sousaphone. If it were lacquer brass or silver, it would cost twice what this one does. And those of us who have played low brass for more than a couple of years all know that fiberglas just doesn't sound like a real, heavy, dentable brass or silver sousa. Fiberglas sousaphones are intended to be used by students at schools, or people on a budget. Not everyone can afford the extra coin for that 20K or 411, but for my money, Conn makes the best sousaphones on the market, and as long as you're comparing apples to apples (i. e., fiberglas to fiberglas), this one is one of the best, with a full, rich tone, easy playability throughout the range, and sturdy construction. If you want brass or silver, save your pennies. If you don't have the budget, buy this sousaphone-- you can't go too far wrong with Conn.