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    Kornett Yamaha YCR-8335GS Neo Custom Sølv
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    The Neo cornet range provides a greater breadth of tone and expressive emotion in an enriched sound world. The use of gold brass for the lead-pipe, connection tube and main tuning slide give these new cornets a rich, flexible sound and excellent response in the higher register. Developed with 3 of the brass band world's most successful cornet players and conductors, these highly expressive cornets bring new musical possibilities to both solo and band performances.

     

    Features

    Leadpipe

    Gold brass has been newly adopted to a part of the tube leading from the leadpipe to the valves, delivering a depth of sound and a richness in tonal variety that are required for British brass bands.

    One-piece bell

    The one-piece bell provides for great tonal colors and improved response.

    Case

    This custom-designed single case features a better fit and provides more protection during transportation.

     

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    Musikk-Miljø Toyooka 2005

    Musikk-Miljø as ved Morten Gjendemsjø og Mons Hauge besøkte Yamaha messingfabrikken i Hamamatsu i Japan 2005.


    Her ser dere en video om hvordan Yamaha lager en trompet. 

     
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    Tom Haakon Bjørkhaug visits Yamaha's Toyooka plant in Japan 2004
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