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Amati AAH 211 Series Eb Alto Horn

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The AAH211 Series is a great choice in an introductory level Eb instrument. The AAH211 Series features a .460 inch bore with three top action nickel ...Click To Read More About This Product

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Affordable Alto Horn!

The AAH211 Series is a great choice in an introductory level Eb instrument. The AAH211 Series features a .460 inch bore with three top action nickel plated piston valves designed for a responsive tone and superior action plus a 7.9 inch upright bell for excellent projection. This is an upright model with a tuning slide water key.

FEATURES
  • Key: Eb
  • Bore: .460-inch
  • Bell: 7.9-inch
  • Bell Material: Yellow Brass
  • Bell Position: Upright
  • Valves: Stainless Steel Piston Valves
  • Number of Valves: 3
  • Valve Position: Top Action
  • System: Non-Compensating
  • Features: Stainless Steel Valves
  • Case: Yes
  • Mouthpiece: Yes
  • Finish: Lacquer, Silver
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Good Horn for the Price

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from Denver, Colorado

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Got this horn a year ago for playing in a regimental brass band. I have also used it to accompany hymns at church. I have been pleased thus far with its sound and intonation. In the low register it sounds like a trombone. In the upper register it sound like a cross between a mellow trombone and a french horn. Having played trumpet most of my life, I found it very easy to switch to (as a personal preference I did get a Yamaha alto horn mouthpiece). Overall fit and finish is good. My only complaint thus far is that the valves drip condensation/oil a bit after playing for 20 minutes or so. That being said it's not bad enough to make me want to replace it. For the money, it's a good horn, and I would recommend it to anyone looking to start on or switch to an alto horn and not spend much money in doing so. [btw, if you use Yamaha silent-brass mutes, the flugelhorn mute fits this just fine.]

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