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Jupiter 570 Series 4-Valve EuphoniumThe 570 Tribune Series Euphonium offers top design in a non-compensating instrument. The 570 Series features a traditional 3+1 valve design with 3 top action valves and an angled left hand 4th valve to eliminate the use of the right hand pinky finger. This design is very comfortable to hold and play. The .570 inch bore offers a warm, rich euphonium sound perfect for band and solo work.
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Purchased this horn in dec. 2005..... I have been playing it for 8 months now. The horn gets a great tone and is very comfortable to hold. The 4th valve tuning is typical of non-compensating horns (sharp everywhere), but I do not find this a great drawback on most material. I encountered a very sticky 1st valve after a few weeks of playing and got very frustrated. In desperation I stopped using the jupiter oil and went to blue juice. The problem is almost non-existent now.....I have found that I need to pull nearly all the slides to tweak the tuning of this horn, but again -a minor thing. Overall, I'm pretty satisfied.
I bought the 570 for my 11-year old son. This is his second instrument. His first had 3-valves (also a Jupiter) and could not be used effectively in the lower portion of the range. He needed the 4th valve.
The Jupiter 570 is one of the few 4-valve, non-pro horns with the 4th valve on the side. This is the only style of 4-valve horn that his 11-year old hands can handle. He is about to start his third year and he is really taking off. He has a true low e-flat and a petal B-flat. His instructor is very pleased with his tone and intonation on this horn.
This is our second Jupiter and it is the best horn for the money for a young player. If he continues to play at the university level and beyond-- then he will move up to a compensating horn.
I am a cornet player and we blend together great!
I bought this horn in Dec, 2007 and played with it as a senior in high school. I used it for state band try outs and I made first chair. This instrument provides a warm clean tone and is a very comfortable hold. I also encountered a very sticky first valve after a couple weeks after using Jupiter oil and I am now using blue juice and the problem is gone. The tuning in my instrument (as it may not be in other instruments) was almost perfect and I also found that even though it is a non compensating instrument, the fourth valve was pretty in tune, and all in all this is a very good instrument.
This instrument has it all, the tone, the look, and the smoothness of the valves make it an all around excellent instrument.
I rented a brand-new JEP-570 for three weeks during a recent trip to Germany (I did not want to risk transporting my own horn, a British instrument made in a one-man workshop). I gave the Jupiter a good workout and can share the following impressions: POSITIVES: clean workmanship for the price point; close-fitting valves that became very smooth after three weeks; basic scale respectably in-tune; large-shank receiver allows many mouthpiece choices. NEGATIVES: I found it difficult to get the horn to 'speak' easily; breath attacks did not resonate easily in the horn, nor was it easy to get tonguing attacks to really 'pop' with clarity. I also found its dynamic range to be limited at the loud end.
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