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Specifications
Specifications
B , C Trumpets
Model
Key
YTR-8335/S/G/GS
B
YTR-8345/S/G/GS
YTR-8335RGS
Bore Size
11.73mm (.462")
11.65mm (.459")
YTR-8445/S/G/GS
C
11.73mm (.462")
YTR-8310Z/ZS
B
11.30mm (.445")
B Trumpet
Professional B Trumpets
Bell Diameter
11.65mm (.459")
Bell Material
Mouthpiece
Weight
16C4-GP
Heavy
Gold brass
Yellow brass/Gold brass
127mm (5")
Yellow brass
Silver-plate
4
TRC-606
5
Lacquer / Silver-plate
SHEW-JAZZ
Light
Lacquer / Silver-plate
Page
TRC-8310Z*1
6
*1 Single case
YTR-6335/S
B
YTR-6345G/GS
Intermediate B , C Trumpets
YTR-4335G/GS
B
YTR-4435/S
C
YTR-2335/S
B
Standard B , C Trumpets
YTR-1335/S
11.65mm (.459")
11.73mm (.462")
123mm (4-7/8")
11.65mm (.459")
123mm (4-7/8")
11.65mm (.459")
123mm (4-7/8")
YTR-2435
C
YTR-936G/GS
B
YTR-946G/GS
C
YTR-436G
B
11.00mm (.433")
E
Yellow brass
Gold brass
Gold brass
Yellow brass
Yellow brass
14B4
Medium
Lacquer / Silver-plate
11B4
Medium
Lacquer / Silver-plate
11B4
Medium
Lacquer / Silver-plate
B , C Rotary Trumpets
11.24mm (.442")
E, E/E, E/D Trumpets
138mm (5-7/16")
TRC-605
TRC-403
TRC-4435
7
8
TRC-2335
TRC-101
Lacquer
TRC-2435
9
Gold brass
15E4
Heavy
Lacquer / Silver-plate
TRC-903R
12
134.4mm (5-1/4")
Gold brass
15E4
Medium
Lacquer
TRC-435
12
11.30mm (.445")
127mm (5")
Gold brass
11.65mm (.459")
123mm (4-7/8")
14B4
Heavy
11.30mm (.445")
120mm (4-3/4")
Intermediate B Rotary Trumpet
YTR-9630
Case
Lacquer / Silver-plate
Yellow brass/Gold brass
123mm (4-7/8")
Finish
130mm (5-1/8")
TRC-605
Light
YTR-9610
E/E
E/D
YTR-6610S
E/D
11.30mm (.445")
120mm (4-3/4")
Yellow brass
14B4
Light
Silver-plate
B/A
11.30mm (.445")
101mm (4")
Yellow brass
14A4a
Light
Silver-plate
B/A
10.50mm (.413")
94mm (3-7/10")
Yellow brass
14A4a
Light
Lacquer / Silver-plate
TRC-6810
11
G/F
11.30mm (.445")
101mm (4") &
110mm (4-1/3")
Yellow brass
14A4a
Light
Silver-plate
TRC-903
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Key
B
Bore Size
Bell Diameter
Bell Material
Mouthpiece
Weight
Finish
Case
Page
11.90mm (.469")
125.5mm (5")
Yellow brass/Gold brass
KING
Heavy
Lacquer / Silver-plate
CRC-606
14
YCR-6330II/SII
B
11.73mm (.462")
119mm (4-2/3")
Gold brass
11E4
Medium
Lacquer / Silver-plate
CRC-6330
14
YCR-4330G/GS
B
11.73mm (.462")
119mm (4-2/3")
Gold brass
11E4
Medium
Lacquer / Silver-plate
CRC-4330
15
YCR-2330II/SII
B
11.73mm (.462")
119mm (4-2/3")
Yellow brass
Medium
Lacquer / Silver-plate
E
11.30mm (.445")
120mm (4-3/4")
Yellow brass
Light
Silver-plate
YTR-9635
Professional E/D Trumpet
Yellow brass
Silver-plate
Light
TRC-903
TRC-6610
10
10
Piccolo Trumpets
YTR-9830
YTR-9820C
TRC-906
TRC-905
11
Professional Piccolo Trumpet
YTR-6810/S
G/F Trumpet
YTR-9710
B Cornet
Model
YCR-8335/S/G/GS
Professional B Cornet
Intermediate B Cornet
Standard B Cornets
YCR-2310II/SII
E Cornet
YCR-8620S
Standard E Cornet
YCR-2610SII
11E4
11C4
6B4 (long)
CRC-2330
CRC-2310
TRC-606*2
15
15
*2 Trumpet/cornet double case
E
11.65mm (.459")
119mm (4-2/3")
Yellow brass
7D4d
Light
Silver-plate
CRC-2610
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Key
Bore Size
Bell Diameter
Bell Material
Mouthpiece
Weight
Finish
Case
Page
B
10.50mm (.413")
Yellow brass
SHEW
Gold brass
11F4
Medium
Lacquer / Silver-plate
FHC-6310
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YFH-2310/S
B
11.30mm (.445")
151.8mm (6")
Yellow brass
11F4
Medium
Lacquer / Silver-plate
FHC-2310
13
YFH-436G
B
11.00mm (.433")
151.8mm (6")
Gold brass
15F4
Medium
Lacquer
FHC-435
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Key
B
Bore Size
Bell Diameter
Bell Material
Mouthpiece
Finish
Case
Page
11.65mm (.459")
123mm (4-7/8")
Yellow brass
14B4
Lacquer
TRC-6330F
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Professional B Flugelhorns
Model
YFH-6310Z/ZS
YFH-631G/GS
Standard B Flugelhorn
11.00mm (.433")
Intermediate B Rotary Flugelhorn
151.8mm (6")
Herald Trumpet
Model
YTR-6330F
Weight
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All specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Yamaha Trumpets
It’s not easy making the
world’s best trumpets.
Yamaha maintains full-time designers whose entire job
centers around a single task; creating better trumpets.
But that isn’t enough...
In order to research the needs of busy professional
musicians, and changing trends in the musical world,
Yamaha has R&D Ateliers strategically located in cities
throughout the world. Instrument specialists at these
engineering outposts are in constant communication
with many of the world’s greatest instrumental artists.
These musical artists work side by side with Yamaha’s
technical artists, studying and analyzing how to improve
what are already great instruments. But again, R&D
can’t function alone...
New ideas from the ateliers are sent back to Yamaha
headquarters in Hamamatsu Japan, where the designers
transform them into actual designs. These designs are
given to the highly-skilled artisans at Yamaha’s Toyooka
Custom Shop, where parts and prototypes are put
together by hand and sent back to the R&D Ateliers.
After extensive experimentation and use of prototypes in
performance situations over a long period of time, the
final specifications are decided. And then the
production engineers figure out how these great
instruments can be produced in consistent high quality.
There are a lot of very talented and highly motivated
people behind each Yamaha trumpet. They are
dedicated to producing the best trumpets in the world.
For you!
The Xeno Artist Model series trumpets are a special line
developed with specific leading orchestral trumpeters.
The series offers virtually the same instruments as the
individually ‘customized’ models used by those top artists.
Please see the separate Artist Model catalogue for more details
or ask your local retailer.
C trumpets: YTR-9445CHS, YTR-9445NYS
B trumpets: YTR-9335CHS, YTR-9335NYS
Trumpets
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Trumpets
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Professional Trumpets
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Intermediate Trumpets
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Lead-free Solder
All Yamaha trumpets are made using lead-free solder,
showing Yamaha’s long time concern for the environment.
We spent years studying the acoustic changes brought about
by the various possible alternatives, and we have discovered
a new solder which is not only better for the environment but
actually adds harmonic breadth to the sound.
Standard Trumpets
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E, E & D Trumpets
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Piccolo Trumpets
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Rotary Trumpets
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Herald Trumpet
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Flugelhorns
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Cornets
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Mouthpieces
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Artist Quotes
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Silent Brass Systems
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Series Trumpets
Perhaps What You’ve Been Searching For…
Xeno (pronounced ‘Zeno’) trumpets are designed for those who want power and projection as well as a big
warm sound. Developed from more than 30 years’ research with leading artists throughout the world, Xeno
trumpets incorporate their dreams, their experience, and their talents—as realized through the skills and
ideas of some of the world’s best designers and craftspersons. Traditional hand-craftsmanship augmented by
cutting edge manufacturing technology has created an extraordinary quality of unprecedented consistency.
YTR-8335
YTR-8335
Heavyweight B trumpet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 123mm (4-7/8")
ML bore: 11.65mm (0.459")
Finish: clear lacquer
Mouthpiece: 16C4-GP
Case: TRC-606
With gold-brass bell: YTR-8335G
With silver-plate finish: YTR-8335S/8335GS
The Xeno’s heavyweight construction produces a solid tone core for a rich strong sound that won’t spread or break up no matter
how hard you push it. It blows freely and comfortably, while still providing enough air resistance for quick response and superb tonal
flexibility. And the hand-hammered one-piece bell gives an agile, quick response with a beautiful tone.
Xeno B trumpets offer a choice of bore sizes; medium large for versatility, and large for a broad sound with plenty of power.
Bell material options for B and C Xenos include; yellow brass - for clear sound with strong projection, and gold brass – for warmer,
deeper sound.
YTR-8445S
YTR-8445
Heavyweight C trumpet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 123mm (4-7/8")
L bore: 11.73 (0.462")
Finish: clear lacquer
Mouthpiece: 16C4-GP
Case: TRC-606
With gold-brass bell: YTR-8445G
With silver-plate finish: YTR-8445S/8445GS
Reversed Leadpipe Model
YTR-8345S
YTR-8345
Heavyweight B trumpet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 123mm (4-7/8")
L bore: 11.73 (0.462")
Finish: clear lacquer
Mouthpiece: 16C4-GP
Case: TRC-606
With gold-brass bell: YTR-8345G
With silver-plate finish: YTR-8345S/8345GS
YTR-8335RGS
YTR-8335RGS
Heavyweight B trumpet
Gold-brass bell
Bell: 123mm (4-7/8")
ML bore: 11.65mm (0.459")
Finish: silver-plate
Mouthpiece: 16C4-GP
Case: TRC-606
■ Leadpipe and tuning slide are reversed style with a single brace for quicker response and playing agility.
■ A weighted mouthpiece receiver adds body to the tonal core, and helps hold the sound together at large dynamics.
■ This model has a ring on the 1st valve slide, and no water key on the third valve slide, as preferred by some players.
Case (TRC-606)
Xeno trumpets come in deluxe cases which provide
excellent protection.
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The
Professional Model B Trumpets
All Trumpets Are Not Alike.
Perfect For All-Around Playing...
The Z was born of Yamaha’s long and close partnership with the legendary trumpeter Bobby Shew. Bobby is
an incredibly versatile musician, and to meet all his playing requirements he needed one super efficient
instrument which could scream out a powerful lead, or play soft, mellow ballades. He finally found that
instrument in the Z.
The original YTR-6310Z was considered by many leading artists to be the best trumpet on the market, and
they were skeptical when they learned that Yamaha would attempt to improve it. But trumpet designer Shunichi Niwata and R&D
specialist Bob Malone worked together with Bobby using all the special techniques we’d learned since designing the first Z.
The handmade bell is one of the biggest we make, and its tapering thickness gives players a very ‘open’ and comfortable response as
well as better feedback into how they sound. The flat-dome bell rim helps players create their own personal tonal colors.
We’ve kept the same basic design concept which made the original Z so popular: the precise leadpipe taper and super efficient stepbore design. But we have improved on it in many subtle ways, often using techniques we learned in developing the heavyweight Xeno
trumpets. As a result, the Custom Z offers an unprecedented amount of tonal richness and depth.
Yamaha’s professional medium-weight models are the perfect all-around trumpets. They’re at home in any setting, from studio to big
band, concert band, chamber group, or orchestra. We offer two models to meet the needs of almost any players. The 6335 features a
medium-large bore and a yellow-brass bell for a big sound with clear projection. It has the kind of flexibility needed for playing in a
quintet or studio work, but enough tonal power for lead or orchestral work. The 6345 offers a large sized bore with a gold-brass bell
for a warm, rich, commanding tone. Both are ideal for those who need versatility in their horn, and are looking for an instrument that
will play and sound just right in any group or setting.
Bobby Shew
Bobby Shew is one of the greatest
jazz trumpeters of all time.
Equally at home in a variety of
genres, he is incredibly versatile
and is renowned both for his
powerful lead playing and for his
expressive solos.
Here is some advice from Bobby on how to
first approach the horn:
“The 8310Z is designed for tremendous efficiency.
That means great sound with great ease of playing.
When you test play this instrument, be sure to “back off”
to ensure that you don’t overblow it. Start with simple
scales or glissandos up and down within your normal
comfortable range until you get used to not working so
hard when you play. Enjoy the world of EASY PLAYING
and may you never be the same!!”
YTR-6335
Professional
YTR-6335
Medium-weight B trumpet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 123mm (4-7/8")
ML bore: 11.65mm (0.459")
Finish: gold lacquer
Mouthpiece: 14B4
With silver-plate finish: YTR-6335S
YTR-8310Z
YTR-8310Z
YTR-6345GS
Lightweight B trumpet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 127mm (5")
Step bore: 11.3mm (0.445")
Finish: gold lacquer
Mouthpiece: SHEW-JAZZ
With silver-plate finish: YTR-8310ZS
Professional
YTR-6345G
Case
Z trumpets come in deluxe cases
which provide excellent protection.
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Medium-weight B trumpet
Gold-brass bell
Bell: 123mm (4-7/8")
L bore: 11.73mm (0.462")
Finish: gold lacquer
Mouthpiece: 14B4
With silver-plate finish: YTR-6345GS
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Intermediate Models
Designed by the same team that produced our top pro models, these trumpets share many of the same qualities, and are
characterized by a rich full tone with accurate intonation. Our skilled craftsmen put their knowledge and experience into every step of
the production, from hand-lapping the slides and pistons to the final adjustments and test playing. They feature Monel pistons for
quick and reliable valve action, and the entire inner bore taper—from mouthpiece receiver to the bell—has been scientifically
designed for beautiful tone color, comfortable response, and as much sound as you want. The YTR-4435 is a C trumpet, and it comes
with a set of four slides which can convert it to B .
Standard Models
Our Standard model trumpets also owe much of their basic design to the pro series. Like the pro models, they feature carefully
centered intonation and a surprisingly rich and full tone. But in addition they are easy to play, and easy to sound good on. Thus even
beginners are soon able to play in tune, with a rich solid sound—a fact which helps them establish a strong musical foundation. The
Standard models offer a choice of either a gold lacquer or silver-plate finish. The YTR-2435 is in C and comes with an extra main
tuning slide which converts it to B .
Standard
YTR-2335
Medium-weight B trumpet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 123mm (4-7/8")
ML bore: 11.65mm (0.459")
Finish: gold lacquer
Mouthpiece: 11B4
With silver-plate finish: YTR-2335S
YTR-2335
YTR-4335GS
Intermediate
YTR-4335G
Medium-weight B trumpet
Gold-brass bell
Bell: 123mm (4-7/8")
ML bore: 11.65mm (0.459")
Finish: gold lacquer
Mouthpiece: 11B4
With silver-plate finish: YTR-4335GS
Standard
YTR-1335
Medium-weight B trumpet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 123mm (4-7/8")
ML bore: 11.65mm (0.459")
Finish: gold lacquer
Mouthpiece: 11B4
With silver-plate finish: YTR-1335S
YTR-1335
YTR-4435
Intermediate
YTR-4435
Standard
Medium-weight C trumpet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 123mm (4-7/8")
ML bore: 11.65mm (0.459")
Finish: gold lacquer
Mouthpiece: 11B4
Extra set of slides to convert to B With silver-plate finish: YTR-4435S
YTR-2435
The YTR-4435 with B slides
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YTR-2435
Medium-weight C trumpet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 123mm (4-7/8")
ML bore: 11.65mm (0.459")
Finish: gold lacquer
Mouthpiece: 11B4
Extra tuning slide to convert to B The YTR-2435 with B tuning slide
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E, E & D Trumpets
Piccolo Trumpets & G/F Trumpet
YTR-9630 E trumpet – Especially well suited for use in place of B or C trumpets, due to its large sized 5” bell (bigger than the bell of many B trumpets)
which gives a broad warm sound. A 4th valve extends the lower range making it possible to play most B and C trumpet parts, and the added weight from the
extra valve adds substance to the sound.
The YTR-9830 piccolo trumpet – Pitched in B , it has an extra leadpipe to convert it to A,
and a fourth valve for extended low range and for use with alternate fingerings.
YTR-9630
YTR-9830
With their brilliant sound, clear, crisp attack, and excellent high register control, these trumpets were originally used mainly for
performance of Baroque music. But now they are increasingly played as a more ‘secure’ alternative to B and C trumpets—especially
for playing treacherous high passages. We offer several different styles and variations in our Custom series.
Though Piccolo Trumpets are generally used to play the difficult and high first trumpet parts from the Baroque era, more and more
modern composers are also creating contemporary pieces for these exciting instruments. Yamaha piccolo trumpets are all easy to
play, and offer a beautiful tone with excellent intonation.
B /A piccolo trumpet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 101mm (4")
M bore: 11.3mm (0.445")
Finish: silver-plate
Mouthpiece: 14A4a
With leadpipes for B or A
E trumpet
Gold-brass bell
Bell: 127mm (5")
M bore: 11.3mm (0.445")
Finish: silver-plate
Mouthpiece: 14B4
YTR-9830 in A
Reverse view of the YTR-9630
YTR-9635 E/E trumpet – The heavyweight bell gives the rich full sound of a large trumpet but with security and control in high passages.
Bells and slides are included for both E (especially useful in performing the Hummel Concerto) and E .
The YTR-9820C piccolo trumpet – It features a unique removable 4th valve section attached to the 3rd valve slide.
Pitched in B , it has an extra leadpipe to convert it to A.
YTR-9635
YTR-9820C
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 123mm (4-7/8")
ML bore: 11.65mm (0.459")
Finish: silver-plate
Mouthpiece: 14B4
With bell & slides for E or E
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 101mm (4")
M bore: 11.3mm (0.445")
Finish: silver-plate
With 4th rotor valve on 3rd valve slide
Mouthpiece: 14A4a
With leadpipes for B or A
B /A piccolo trumpet
Heavyweight E/E trumpet
Extra bell and slides are included
YTR-9610 E /D trumpet – Characterized by accurate intonation and excellent resistance, it is equally at home in a chamber ensemble or a full orchestra.
Its lightweight construction gives it an agile and flexible response.
YTR-9820C in A
YTR-6810S – A professional model piccolo with smaller bell and bore size ideal for solo and chamber music.
It has a 4th valve and comes with an extra leadpipe to play in A.
Professional
YTR-9610
YTR-6810
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 120mm (4-3/4")
M bore: 11.3mm (0.445")
Finish: silver-plate
Mouthpiece: 14B4
With bell & slides for E or D
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 94mm (3-7/10")
S bore: 10.5mm (0.413")
Finish: gold lacquer
Mouthpiece: 14A4a
With leadpipes for B or A
With silver-plate finish: YTR-6810S (photo)
B /A piccolo trumpet
Lightweight E /D trumpet
Extra bell and slides are included
YTR-6610S E /D trumpet – This professional model lightweight E /D trumpet shares many of the characteristics of our Custom series instruments,
and offers accurate intonation with excellent response. It has a fixed bell, and comes with three extra tuning slides to convert it from E to D.
YTR-6810S in A
The YTR-9710 – A specialty trumpet that bridges the gap between the high pitched trumpets and piccolo trumpets.
It is pitched in G with an extra bell and slides for F.
Professional
YTR-9710
YTR-6610S
Lightweight E /D trumpet
G/F trumpet
Yellow-brass bell
G Bell: 101mm (4")
F Bell: 110mm (4-1/3")
M bore: 11.3mm (0.445")
Finish: silver-plate
Mouthpiece: 14A4a
With bells and slides for G or F
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 120mm (4-3/4")
M bore: 11.3mm (0.445")
Finish: silver-plate
Mouthpiece: 14B4
With slides for E or D
Extra bell and slides are included
The YTR-6610S in D
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Rotary Trumpets
Developed with leading players, these instruments represent the finest in the Germanic trumpet tradition. Their tone is round, warm
and dark, but with a focused core for excellent projection. They are easy to play, and blend well with the other woodwinds and brass
of the orchestra, yet have the power to fill the concert hall with glorious sound. And conductors especially appreciate the way their
tone holds together without becoming too brassy or spreading, no matter how loudly you play.
Flugelhorns
Flugelhorns have a soft, mellow, dark sound with beautiful lyrical qualities; they are especially favored for jazz ballads. Yamaha
Flugelhorns have overcome the inconsistencies of intonation traditionally associated with these instruments, and offer a very
comfortable response. The YFH-6310Z was developed with the legendary artist Bobby Shew and in addition to superb tonal flexibility,
features an especially easy high register. The YFH-631G offers the traditional Yamaha flugelhorn style with a free blowing response.
Both feature triggers on the third valve slide for fine intonation adjustments. The YFH-2310 offers beautiful sound, at an affordable
price, while the YFH-436G is a German style rotary valve flugelhorn.
YTR-936G
Professional
Gold-brass bell
Bell: 138mm (5-7/16")
M bore: 11.24mm(0.442")
3rd valve slide trigger
Finish: clear lacquer
Mouthpiece: 15E4
With silver-plate finish: YTR-936GS
B flugelhorn
Heavyweight B rotary trumpet
YFH-6310Z
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 151.8mm (6")
S bore: 10.5mm (0.413")
3rd valve slide trigger
Finish: clear lacquer
Mouthpiece: SHEW
With silver-plate finish: YFH-6310ZS
YTR-936GS
YTR-946G
Professional
Heavyweight C rotary trumpet
Gold-brass bell
Bell: 130mm (5-1/8")
M bore: 11.24mm(0.442")
3rd valve slide trigger
Finish: clear lacquer
Mouthpiece: 15E4
With silver-plate finish: YTR-946GS
YFH-631G
YFH-6310Z
B flugelhorn
Gold-brass bell
Bell: 151.8mm (6")
MS bore: 11mm (0.433")
3rd valve slide trigger
Finish: clear lacquer
Mouthpiece: 11F4
With silver-plate finish: YFH-631GS
YTR-946GS
YFH-631G
Intermediate
YTR-436G
Standard
Medium-weight B rotary trumpet
Gold-brass bell
Bell: 134.4mm (5-1/4")
M bore: 11mm(0.433")
3rd valve slide trigger
Finish: clear lacquer
Mouthpiece: 15E4
Not available in all territories
YFH-2310
B flugelhorn
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 151.8mm (6")
M bore: 11.3mm (0.445")
Finish: clear lacquer
Mouthpiece: 11F4
With silver-plate finish: YFH-2310S
YTR-436G
Herald Trumpet
YFH-2310
The YTR-6330F features a long bell design with two rings for attaching banners. While it is visually exciting, it is also a high quality
professional trumpet with a brilliant tone ideal for fanfares.
Professional
Intermediate
YFH-436G
B rotary flugelhorn
YTR-6330F
B herald trumpet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 123mm (4-7/8")
ML bore: 11.65mm (0.459")
Finish: clear lacquer
Mouthpiece: 14B4
YTR-6330F
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Gold-brass bell
Bell: 151.8mm (6")
MS bore: 11mm (0.433")
3rd valve slide trigger
Finish: clear lacquer
Mouthpiece: 15F4
Not available in all territories
YFH-436G
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B Cornets
Intermediate
The Xeno name has become well established as the brand of choice for discerning
trumpet and trombone players. And now Yamaha has incorporated what they've
learned developing these orchestral instruments, into some new cornets. The Xeno
cornets were developed in close collaboration with some of the worlds best players
and in particular David King, cornet soloist, Head of Performance Studies at the
University of Salford and principal conductor of the Yorkshire Building Society band.
David worked closely with Frankfurt based Yamaha R&D expert Thomas Lubitz, and
the new instruments result from 2 1/2 years of research and experiments.
YCR-4330G
David King is one of the most dynamic
figures in the brass band movement and has
accomplished extraordinary musical
achievements as a soloist, conductor, and
educator. As a cornet soloist David has won
numerous awards including the British
Open Solo Championship for five
consecutive years and the prestigious
International Brass Musician of the Year.
David is also regarded as one of the greatest conductors to arise
from the brass band world and has represented England in the
European Brass Band Championships on eleven occasions, winning
an unprecedented ten times.
Medium-weight B cornet
Gold-brass bell
Bell: 119.0mm (4-2/3")
ML bore: 11.73mm (0.462")
Finish: gold lacquer
Mouthpiece: 11E4
With silver-plate finish: YCR-4330GS
YCR-4330G
Standard
YCR-2330II
Medium-weight B cornet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 119.0mm (4-2/3")
ML bore: 11.73mm (0.462")
Finish: gold lacquer
Mouthpiece: 11E4
With silver-plate finish: YCR-2330SII
YCR-8335
Heavyweight B cornet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 125.5mm (5")
L bore: 11.90mm (0.469")
Finish: clear lacquer
Mouthpiece: KING
With gold-brass bell: YCR-8335G
With silver-plate finish: YCR-8335S/8335GS
1st and 3rd valve slide triggers
Standard
YCR-2310II
YCR-8335
Case (CRC-606)
Xeno cornets come in deluxe cases
which provide excellent protection.
YCR-2330II
KING Signature model
Inner Diameter: 16.91mm
Contour: Standard
Thickness: Standard
Cup depth: deep
Throat: 4.60mm
Backbore: semi-narrow
Medium-weight B cornet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 119.0mm (4-2/3")
ML bore: 11.73mm (0.462")
Finish: gold lacquer
Mouthpiece: 11C4
With silver-plate finish: YCR-2310SII
YCR-2310II
E Cornets
The new Xeno E cornet has been designed to provide comfort and security in the high register, while maintaining a
beautiful warm sound in any range. The intonation is incredibly accurate and it plays with an even, nimble response.
The YCR-2610SII offers an excellent playability and tone, at a very affordable price.
Professional
YCR-6330II/SII
Medium-weight B cornet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 119.0mm (4-2/3")
ML bore: 11.73mm (0.462")
Finish: clear lacquer
Mouthpiece: 11E4
With silver-plate finish: YCR-6330SII
YCR-8620S
YCR-2610SII
Standard
YCR-8620S
YCR-6330II
Case (TRC-606)
Trumpet/cornet double case
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YCR-2610SII
Lightweight E cornet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 120.0mm (4-3/4")
ML bore: 11.3mm (0.445")
Finish: silver-plated
Mouthpiece: 6B4 (long)
Lightweight E cornet
Yellow-brass bell
Bell: 119.0mm (4-2/3")
ML bore: 11.65mm (0.459")
Finish: silver-plate
Mouthpiece: 7D4d
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Yamaha Trumpet Mouthpieces
■ Cornet—Standard Series (Short Shank)
All Yamaha brass mouthpieces have been designed in cooperation with the world’s top players, and are produced on space-age
computer lathes which virtually guarantee that every single mouthpiece of the same number will play, sound and feel precisely the
same. We offer four different series to suit any playing requirements.
Standard Series
Our Standard series mouthpieces
feature smooth attack, secure control,
and easy playability. They are available
in a wide line-up and offer a perfect
weight balance for all-around usage.
GP Series
The GP series are heavyweight with a
shape ideal for players after a strong
focused sound. The rim, cup, and
inner bore are gold-plated for
superior projection and smooth
response.
Silver 925 Series
These are the first sterling silver
production mouthpieces in the world.
Made of 92.5% pure silver, the
material is very dense for a dark
focused sound with surprising power
and projection.
■ Trumpet—Standard Series
Model No.
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15.90 mm
16.24 mm
16.08 mm
16.19 mm
16.28 mm
16.46 mm
16.46 mm
16.32 mm
16.46 mm
16.20 mm
16.63 mm
16.50 mm
16.68 mm
16.68 mm
16.85 mm
16.88 mm
16.80 mm
16.84 mm
16.96 mm
16.98 mm
16.92 mm
17.00 mm
17.14 mm
17.14 mm
17.30 mm
17.30 mm
17.30 mm
17.42mm
Contour
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
standard
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
standard
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
Thickness
thick
thick
thick
thick
standard
standard
semi-thick
standard
semi-thick
standard
thick
standard
standard
standard
semi-thick
standard
standard
standard
semi-thick
standard
standard
semi-thick
standard
standard
semi-thick
standard
standard
standard
standard
Cup Depth
shallow
shallow
shallow
semi-shallow
standard
standard
shallow
semi-shallow
standard
standard
shallow
semi-shallow
standard
semi-deep
shallow
semi-shallow
standard
semi-deep
deep
semi-shallow
standard
deep
standard
semi-deep
deep
semi-shallow
standard
semi-deep
standard
Throat
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.72 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.72 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.88 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.88 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.88 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
Backbore
narrow
narrow
narrow
standard
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
standard
semi-narrow
narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
wide
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
wide
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
wide
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
Approximate Size Equivalent
Bob Reeves OES 69
Schilke 6A4a
Purviance 4 (4*D4)
Schilke 7B4
Bach 10 1/2C
Bach 7C, smaller rim diameter
Bach 7E
Bach 7D
Schilke 11
Bach 7C, Giardinelli 7C
Schilke 13A4a
Bach 6C
Bach 6B
Bach 6
Schilke 14A4a, Giardinelli 6S
Bach 3C, Schilke 15B
Bach 5C, Giardinelli 5C
Bach 5B
Bach 3C rim, very deep cup
Bach 2C, shallower cup
Bach 2C
Bach 2C rim, very deep cup
Bach 1 1/2C
Bach 1 1/2C, deeper cup
Bach 1 1/2C rim, very deep cup
Bach 1 1/4C
Bach 1C
Bach 1C, deeper cup
Bach 1
Contour
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
Thickness
thick
standard
standard
semi-thick
standard
standard
standard
standard
Cup Depth
shallow
standard
semi-shallow
shallow
semi-shallow
standard
standard
standard
Throat
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
Backbore
narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
Approximate Size Equivalent
Purviance 4 (4*D4)
Bach 10 1/2C, Giardinelli 10C
Bach 7D
Schilke 14A4a, Giardinelli 6S
Bach 3C, Schilke 15B
Bach 5C, Giardinelli 5C
Bach 1 1/2C
Bach 1C
Thickness
thick
standard
semi-thick
standard
standard
Cup Depth
shallow
semi-shallow
shallow
shallow
standard
Throat
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
Backbore
narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
semi-narrow
Approximate Size Equivalent
Purviance 4 (4*D4)
Bach 7D
Schilke 14A4a, Giardinelli 6S
Bach 3C, Schilke 15B
Bach 1 1/2C
Model No.
Inner Diameter
16.24 mm
16.36 mm
16.44 mm
16.46 mm
16.46 mm
16.70 mm
16.86 mm
17.06 mm
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semi-flat
semi-round
standard
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
standard
standard
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thick
standard
standard
standard
standard
standard
standard
standard
Cup Depth
semi-deep
semi-deep
deep
standard
deep
deep
deep
deep
Throat
4.10 mm
4.10 mm
4.50 mm
3.65 mm
4.20 mm
4.50 mm
3.98 mm
3.98 mm
Backbore
semi-wide
wide
semi-wide
semi-narrow
standard
standard
standard
standard
Thickness
semi-thick
thick
standard
standard
standard
standard
standard
standard
standard
Cup Depth
semi-shallow
shallow
standard
standard
semi-shallow
semi-shallow
standard
standard
standard
Throat
3.76 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
3.65 mm
Backbore
standard
standard
standard
standard
standard
standard
standard
standard
standard
Approximate Size Equivalent
Bach 17C
Purviance 4 (4*D4)
Bach 7C, smaller rim diameter
Bach 7C, Giardinelli 7C
Bach 6C
Bach 3C, Schilke 15B
Bach 2C
Bach 1 1/2C
Bach 1C
Thickness
standard
standard
Cup Depth
deep
deep
Throat
3.98 mm
3.98 mm
Backbore
standard
standard
Approximate Size Equivalent
Denis Wick 3, deep U cup
Denis Wick 2, deep U cup
Contour
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
semi-flat
Thickness
thick
standard
standard
standard
standard
Cup Depth
deep
standard
standard
standard
deep
Throat
4.30 mm
3.80 mm
4.30 mm
4.30 mm
4.30 mm
Backbore
standard
standard
standard
standard
standard
Approximate Size Equivalent
Giardinelli 10FL
Bach 7FL
Giardinelli 7FL
Giardinelli 7FL, larger rim diameter
Giardinelli 3FL
Contour
semi-flat
Thickness
standard
Cup Depth
standard
Throat
4.30 mm
Backbore
standard
Approximate Size Equivalent
Giardinelli 7FL, larger rim diameter
Approximate Size Equivalent
Denis Wick S
Denis Wick S, larger rim diameter
Denis Wick 5
Bach 7C
Denis Wick 4B
Denis Wick 4
Denis Wick 3, deep U cup
Denis Wick 2, deep U cup
■ Cornet—Standard Series (Long Shank)
Model No.
Inner Diameter
15.65 mm
16.24 mm
16.28 mm
16.46 mm
16.63 mm
16.85 mm
16.98 mm
17.00 mm
17.30 mm
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Model No.
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16.86 mm
17.06 mm
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16.66 mm
16.76 mm
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16.67 mm
16.54 mm
16.85 mm
16.54 mm
17.30 mm
16.82 mm
16.46 mm
16.42 mm
Contour
semi-flat
semi-round
semi-round
semi-round
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semi-flat
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Thickness
semi-thick
semi-thick
semi-thick
semi-thick
standard
semi-thick
semi-thick
thick
Cup Depth
very shallow
very shallow
medium
standard
semi-shallow
standard
shallow
deep
Throat
3.56 mm
3.55 mm
3.65 mm
4.40 mm
3.88 mm
3.91 mm
3.65 mm
3.90 mm
Backbore
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What Artists are Saying About Yamaha Trumpets…
Nicholas Payton
Tiger Okoshi
Mark Gould
Rod Franks
Former principal trumpet of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Gould is also a soloist
adept at a wide range of musical styles. He is trumpet professor at the Juilliard School,
and many of his former students occupy principal positions in leading orchestras.
“The Xeno trumpets have a smooth beautiful sound. They are the most in tune C
trumpet I have ever played and also the most versatile.”
After an early career in a variety of groups—from Black Dike Mills Band to the Philip
Jones Brass Ensemble, Franks became principal trumpet of the London Symphony
Orchestra. In addition to myriad classical recordings, he can also be heard on the sound
tracks of many Hollywood movies.
“The Xeno has great projection whilst keeping a warm sound. Whether loud or quiet,
the response is always secure. And intonation throughout is spot on. This is the best
trumpet I have ever played on.”
Allen Vizzutti
Bobby Shew
Virtuoso soloist in a multitude of musical genres–from jazz to classical– Vizzutti’s
extended playing range and incredible technique have thrilled audiences around the world.
“I have used the complete line of Yamaha trumpets for 20 years. I play them for
one reason and one reason only; because they are fantastic. In my musical life I
face a multitude of challenges in a myriad of musical settings. My Yamaha
trumpet always helps me meet the demands of the professional music world. Their
workmanship, quality, consistency and beauty of sound are world class.”
One of the greatest jazz trumpeters of all time. He is incredibly versatile and is renowned
both for his powerful lead playing and for his expressive solos.
“I have been fortunate to be allowed to work alongside Yamaha designers in order
to create the “Z” series of trumpets and flugelhorns. They suit me beautifully for
both lead and jazz playing. Thank you, YAMAHA!!!”
Randy Brecker
Antoine Curé
Leading Jazz, R&B, and rock soloist and recording session artist, Brecker’s trumpet can
be heard on the recordings of many of the most famous artists, as well as with his own
Grammy Award winning band.
“Yamaha Trumpets and Flugelhorns have been keeping me happy for many years.
The workmanship is very consistent, the tuning is right on, and the sound projects.
Lead trumpet players, Jazz players, classical performers, each artist can find a
model which will suit his style and technique.”
World renowned soloist, Cure is also Professor at the National Conservatoire Superior of
Paris.
“I chose Yamaha trumpets for their evenness, ease of play, and tonal flexibility. And
I find these qualities throughout the entire lineup.”
James Thompson
Gabriele Cassone
Former principal trumpet of the Atlanta and Montreal Symphony Orchestras,
Thompson is now a soloist and trumpet professor at the Eastman School of Music.
“I play Yamaha because the instruments give me what I want in terms of sound,
response, and intonation. They are the highest quality of manufacture and
consistency.”
Winner of many prestigious competitions, Cassone has performed as principal with
several of the top Italian orchestras including the Milan Scala Philharmonic. He is
internationally known as a soloist, specializing in both early, and contemporary music.
“Whatever my requirements, there is always a Yamaha trumpet perfect for my
needs. I can always rely on a Yamaha to be right for my performance.”
Fred Mills
Eric Aubier
Long time member of the Canadian Brass, Mills is a sought after soloist and chamber
music artist as well as clinician.
“I have been playing Yamaha trumpets for over 22 years and I rely on them to
come through with the “right stuff”. I acknowledge and respect the men who design
and make the world’s finest brass instruments for their integrity and skill to bring
brass instruments into the 21st Century.”
Eric Aubier is an international soloist, as well as trumpet professor in various music
academies in several different countries.
“Yamaha trumpets are technically superior and contain the potential for a wide
range of tonal colors and nuances. They are not artistic on their own, but offer you
a tool to express your own artistry.”
Frits Damrow
Robert Sullivan
Silent Brass Systems SB7-9
Principal trumpet of the Royal Amsterdam Concertgebou Orchestra, Damrow is also
one of Europe’s best soloists.
“I play on Yamaha trumpets because I feel very comfortable on these instruments.
They give me everything I can expect from a top class trumpet: great sound, good
intonation, flexibility and easy of playing.”
Assistant principal of the Cleveland Orchestra, Sullivan spent many years with the New
York Philharmonic, and is also a gifted soloist.
“I have been playing Yamaha trumpets for more than ten years, because they are
the best trumpets I have played, and they get better all the time. The respose,
intonation, flexibility and warmth of sound are exactly what I want from a
trumpet, whether I am in the orchestra, performing chamber music, or I’m in the
recording studio.”
The innovative Silent Brass System allows you to practice in your own private musical
world. The secret of the system, is that you can listen to yourself playing at a normal
volume - though others hear only a whisper. The SB7-9 set includes a PM7 mute and ST9
personal studio with earphones.
John Hagstrom
Christopher Martin
Personal Studio ST5
A member of one of the world’s most famous trumpet sections, that of the Chicago
Symphony, Hagstrom is also an outstanding soloist.
“The new Xeno C trumpet is the only orchestral trumpet available that allows a
player to achieve any sound they imagine while still having the potential to be
compatible with every sound in the orchestra. Yamaha is the only company in the
world that can make these instruments available to everyone at the highest level of
quality.”
Christopher Martin was appointed principal trumpet of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
in 2005 from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, where he served as principal trumpet
since 2001.
“Yamaha has created an instrument that not only recalls the rich, powerful legacy
of the Chicago Symphony brass sound, it has built a trumpet to take that sound into
the future. The Yamaha Chicago Model C is the finest orchestral trumpet available.
Period.”
ST5 Digital Effect System for Wind Instruments
The ST5 offers incredible tonal variety for all wind instruments. powerful digital
processors let you twist and shape your tone for unlimited creativity whether in silent
practice, the recording studio, or during actual performance. It works equally well with
the Silent Brass Pickup Mutes or a microphone.
Jens Lindemann
David Krauss
After winning many of the world’s prestigious solo competitions, Lindemann played first
trumpet with the Canadian Brass for five years. He is now an active international
soloist.
“Yamaha Xeno trumpets have always allowed me to play with the greatest of ease
in a variety of styles due to their incredibly well centred feel. The sound is rich with
incredible projection and easily fills the largest concert halls in the world due to it’s
focus. I have played them my entire career because I trust them...simple!”
One of the leading orchestral and solo trumpeters, Krauss is principal trumpet of the
Metropolitan Opera Orchestra in New York.
“Performing with world renown singers every night at the MET inpires me to
capture their vocal sonarity in my own sound. My Yamaha Custom C trumpet
enables me to lead the brass section with resonance, clarity, depth and projection.”
Timothy Morrison
Eric Miyashiro
Former co-principal of the Boston Symphony, Morrison is now one of Hollywood’s top
solo studio musicians (Born on the Fourth of July, JFK, Apollo 13, Saving Private Ryan,
and many more).
“Yamaha, through it’s diligence and never-ending pursuit of excellence, is now
creating an instrument that is competitive in every respect.”
One of today’s most exciting trumpeters, Eric has played lead in a who’s who of top
bands as well as leading his own EM Bigband. He is also one of the world’s busiest studio
artists.
“Yamaha trumpets are well designed and manufactured, but the main reason I
play them is because they make my job easier. In studios, concert halls, clubs,
whatever the gig, my Yamaha lets me concentrate on making “Music” and I don’t
have to worry about anything else.”
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Nicholas Payton is one of the most outstanding young jazz artists. He has a unique
musicality which is constantly evolving.
“From the beginning, SOUND has always been the catalyst for the formulation of
my musical ideas. As my concept of sound may change from moment to moment,
I need an instrument that can go along with me for the ride. Over the years, I’ve
tried many horns, but I’ve always struggled with sacrificing one thing or another.
Now with Yamaha I no longer need think about how to overcome the trumpet, all I
have to do is “Be The Sound”, and the rest is taken care of.”
Tiger Okoshi teaches at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. His unique musical
personality and amazing trumpet technique make Okoshi one of the most exciting jazz
trumpeters.
“When I’m playing my horn on the stage, all I want to do is to paint the air with
my colorful sound. Fun is thinking about ‘How can I ?’ and ‘How should I ?’
Choices between long and short strokes, quickly or slowly, high in the canvas or low,
brighter color or darker, with fat brush or skinny pen...the fact is, I make up my
mind and play them before I know it. Paint with one note at a time. I don’t want to feel so much of
‘playing the trumpet...’ Only some instruments can offer musician to be in a true world of art.”
Brian Lynch
James Morrison
Brian Lynch is one of the most sought after jazz artists around. He has played in many top
bands including the Horace Silver Quintet, Toshiko Akiyoshi Jazz Orchestra, Eddie Palmieri’s
Afro-Caribbean Jazz Octet, Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers, and the Phil Woods Quintet.
“I’ve finally found an instrument that gives me everything I need! The horn never
lets me down no matter how demanding the musical context or how much I want
to put into my improvised line. Thank you, Yamaha, for helping me to keep
searching and extending my playing.”
Jazz soloist and multi-instrument virtuoso.
“I started using a Yamaha student trumpet in 1975 and have played their
professional instruments for 22 years. Only my Yamaha instruments deliver the
quality and consistency I need for my musical career.”
Adolfo Acosta
Michael Bogart
Before joining the Tower of Power, Acosta has performed in a wide variety of latin jazz,
big band, reggae, and rock groups including playing lead trumpet with Maynard
Ferguson and Big Bop Nouveau.
“The Yamaha 8310Z is a beautiful sounding trumpet. It has a full and rounded
tone that gives me a feeling of comfort and ease when I play in a variety of
musical settings.”
Michael Bogart has played lead and solo trumpet with U.S. Navy Band and Maynard
Ferguson’s Big Bop Nouveau. He is now a member of the Tower of Power.
“I’ve really enjoyed my relationship with YAMAHA. The horns are simply the best
built, best playing instruments on the market today and my new 8310Z is perfect
for the demands of playing lead with Tower of Power.”
Stuart Laughton
Joe Burgstaller
Founding member of The Canadian Brass, Laughton recently rejoined the ensemble
after pursuing a successful career as soloist and chamber music artist.
“Yamaha instruments are a very special and important part of my world of
music. I love their ability to blend with other voices and I appreciate the
remarkable evenness of tone through wide dynamic variations. I’m a Yamaha
artist for life!”
Before joining The Canadian Brass in 2001, Josef Burgstaller was North America’s
busiest trumpet soloist, performing over 50 solo concerts every season.
“Yamaha trumpets have proven themselves ideal companions in the wide latitude
of musical styles and circumstances that the Canadian Brass experience demands.
Whether it’s performing in front of the Philadelphia Orchestra or with the New York
Philharmonic Brass, performing on television and radio, recording in the studio,
or one of our 100 concerts worldwide every year, Yamaha instruments have never
let me down. Yamaha leads the way with a unique combination of art, humanity and science that
consistently results in the ultimate instrument, one that is capable of adapting to any situation
imaginable.”
Play Whenever You Want, Wherever You Want!
■ Change Your Sound
A range of 32 high-resolution digital effects including reverbs,
delays, distortion, pitch change, modulation, dynamics and 4-band
EQ can be used—up to 6 at once—to alter and enhance your
sound. 50 preset effect programs are provided, and memory for 50
user programs lets you store your own creations.
PM6
for Flugelhorn and Alto Trombone
PM9
for Piccolo Trumpet
■ Improve Your Playing
The built-in tuner, metronome with rhythm patterns, and phrase
sampler, make the ST5 a powerful practice tool. While inputs for
external sources such as recordings allow real-time pitch-change so
you can play along with any music.
ST9
19
PM7
for Trumpet and Cornet
ST5
MC7