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    Trompet Yamaha YTR-8335S Xeno Sølv
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      The YTR-8335 is a medium-sized Xeno Bb Trumpet with versatile uses. Bb and C Xenos have the following bell options: yellow brass for clear sound with strong projection and gold brass for a warmer, deeper sound.

       

      Features

      New bell design

      A new bell design contributes to optimum resistance for a powerful tonal core. The new design also enhances playability in the upper register.

      Thinner valve casing and pistons, modified angle of branch tube (knuckle)

      Thinner valve casing and pistons, as well as the modified angle of the branch tube (knuckle), result in improved response and provide the performer with an ideal blowing resistance.

      Button on 1st slide

      The button on the 1st slide is to fine-tune the blowing resistance for better control.

      Improved Water Key

      main slide water key gutter has been increased for optimum resistance, and the ends of the water key spring have been curled for improved response.

      Case

      New TRC-800E double case with a strap.

       

      " yellow brass - for clear sound with strong projection, and gold brass  for warmer, deeper sound."""
      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
      Tom Haakon Bjørkhaug visits Yamaha's Toyooka plant in Japan 2004
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      Tom Haakon Bjørkhaug visits Yamaha's Toyooka plant in Japan 2004
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