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     Features

    CY Headjoint: Featuring a double flare taper and a unique embouchure hole undercut design for excellent response and a warm rich tone, the CY headjoint helps beginners quickly learn to produce a beautiful sound. More advanced players will appreciate its even, quick response in all registers.

    Key Posts: Key posts have been thickened and redesigned for improved durability and strength to maintain accurate rod alignment.

    Keys: All key shapes and placement have been ergonomically designed for a comfortable, natural-feeling performance. The keys are hand-assembled and adjusted for perfect balance and 'touch'.

    Adjustment Screws: Yamaha's unique screw resistance inserts allow smooth adjustments while preventing gradual loosening of the screws. For easier access, the screw positioning has been changed.

    Alignment Marks: Footjoint alignment marks facilitate proper fitting by young players.

    Control Interface
    Key systems Offset G
    Key types Ring keys

    Toneholes Type Drawn & curled
    E mechanism Yes

    Body & footjoint Sterling silver
    Key Nickel silver (Silver-plated)
    Headjoint & lip plate Sterling silver

    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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