Quality workmanship and an attractive price!
The 6330S features a .462-inch bore with a lightweight design combined with a Shepherd's crook short-type model to give a more brilliant sound that is favored among soloists.
All Yamaha wind instruments come with a limited 5-year warranty.
Monel pistons are resistant to corrosion and are an ideal choice for professional cornet pistons which must retain precise fit and smooth action over many years.Hand-lapped pistons and slides
Hand-lapping pistons and slides ensures an absolutely perfect fit and seal between the pistons and casings or slide parts. Such a perfect fit helps to achieve smooth air flow and smooth action and improve the response and intonation of the instrument.Pressure-formed tubing
Perfectly rounded tubing results in less turbulence and a smoother air flow, thus allowing for an excellent scale and reduced resistance.Laser-fused pluzuma welded bell
A high-energy laser fuses the brass together for a virtually seamless bell which allows continuous even vibrations.One-piece, drawn, gold brass mouthpipe
This type of mouthpipe offers excellent intonation, response and proper resistance.Lightweight construction
The YCR-6330S combines lightweight construction with short-type cornet design to facilitate a relatively brilliant sound favored by soloists.
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This yamaha 6330S cornet, while similar in appearance to their lowly 2330II model, is actually much more even in response, with superb intonation and a clean clear sound. It has a lightning quick response and the tone is a bit lighter than the heavy weight Yamaha cornets. In addition, while the cornet can be pushed to a satsifying loud dynamic, it is not in the same league as the new Xeno cornet when it comes to making a huge volume of tone. However it is easier to play in the upper register than the Xeno, so there's a tradeoff. You give up some dynamics for an easier upper range. This is a small quibble and would only be noticed by expert players. Overall this is a great cornet and quite worthy of consideration. It's a large bore, but still feels tight in comparison to the huge Brit cornets from makers like Besson and York.
I've had the horn for about two weeks and am very happy with it. I also have a Bach Strad trumpet which I've lost interest in since the Yamaha Cornet arrived. Playing the Bach was a chore while playing the cornet is something I look forward to. I know they shouldn't be compared as they're very different instruments, but I've never been as happy with the Bach as I am with the Yamaha. Overall finish and fit is perfect. It has a nice lightweight feel and lively action.
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