The 594 Series features a full brass body and bell with a .687 inch bore and 26 inch bell designed for outstanding response and projection. This seri...Click To Read More About This Product
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The 594 Series features a full brass body and bell with a .687 inch bore and 26 inch bell designed for outstanding response and projection. This series also features a removable valve body for easy maintenance.
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These horns are definitely for schools on a budget. The intonation is alright, as is the sound and projection. The brass is surprisingly prone to dents and damage considering the weight of the horn. The website has them listed at 28 pounds, but I weighed our horns and they were closer to 35. Ill most likely send these horns home with students and continue to use our 20k's.
Stuffy, bad pitch, horrible sound, feels like playing into a tin can. The only method of projection on this horn is blating. I have been marching sousaphone for 7 years, and have played on many different brands, I must say that this was the worst(I have played 15 different examples of this horn). This being the absolute worst. Save yourself the time and frustration and go with a King at a similar price, or if your pocketbook is a bit heftier, then go with Dynatsy.
I have been playing tuba/sousaphone for 4 years and thins year i purchased a Jupiter through my school and its great. the lacquer is extremely nice! the case is one of my favorite features and it also comes with all of the equipment. the only down side is it needs a lot of warming up. you need a good 30 min of warmups before the great tone quality shows! good luck!
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