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Dynasty M575 Series Marching Bb Euphonium  

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        Large euphonium sound.

        The DEG model 575 marching euphonium is an instrument designed specifically for the rigors of the marching environment. Extra bracing and solid construction are the key differences, but when you add in the large bell and moderate bore size, you have an instrument that will hold it's own on the field. Deep, rich, and resonant this Bb Euphonium provides the depth and quality of sound necessary for todays marching music ensembles. Comes with hard shell deluxe travel case and mouthpiece.

        Features
        • Key of Bb
        • .570" bore
        • 11" lacquered yellow brass bell
        • Length: 27"; Weight: 7 lbs. 14 oz.; Micro Tune Slide Adjustment available on special order basis
        • Includes a heavy duty travel case and a 6.5AL large shank mouthpiece
         
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        DynastyM575 Series Marching Bb Euphonium
         
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        4.0

        Wonderful big fat tone, average intonati

        By Dr. Michael Schmidt L.T.D.

        from Lilburn, GA (River Oak Villiage)

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

        • Beautiful Rich Warm Fat T
        • Consistent
        • Easy Tone Production
        • Fun To Play
        • Responsive
        • Vibrant Sound

        Cons

        • Hard To Hold

        Best Uses

        • Marching Band And Dci
        • School Bands

        Comments about Dynasty M575 Series Marching Bb Euphonium:

        I am normally not a DEG/Dynasty fan , but Dynasty does make some very good horns, and like the Tony Scodwell DEG Signature Series 2000 , the Dynasty M575 Series Marching Bb Euphonium is a fantastic horn to play. Many marching euphoniums are similar in design to this horn. If you want a big fat sweet euphonium sound, this is your horn. If you use one of these horns , expect to have to do regular maintinance to it to keep it in optimum playing shape. These euphoniums sound much better on the field than most marching baritones, and all flugabones/marching tromboniums and trombones. It is big. It will be difficult for a younger student to be able to hold this monster. No pain no gain, so if you are willing to suck it up and play this huge horn you will be rewarded with a fantastic almost symphonic band like euphonium sound.

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        4.0

        Dynasty M575

        By Adam Siders

        from SoCal

        Comments about Dynasty M575 Series Marching Bb Euphonium:

        I've been playing Baritone/ Euphonium for whats going to be 5 years now andi bought one of these horns recently. Goodness, is it heavy, but its loud. Im not sure what a new one is like, or one thats been used and never taken care of, but because its from a Drum Corps, i know its in good condition. i think its been used at least 5 years, and still sounds great. Yes, its true, its a DyNASTY. When out of tune, its noticeable, therefore i recommend the user knows a reasonable length to pull the slide out then adjust from there, just to make it easier. Its a beautiful horn, its not the the best, but it definitely works if youre planning on making a long term relationship with it.I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking to purchase a marching Euph. Just take care of it, keep it clean and it'll last you a long time. i hope this review was useful.
        tuning slides for every slide, you can tell when its out of tune, heavy as heck, looks better in silver.
        good horn. ive only played mine once and i love it, good sound
        should be worth a little less new, its not as good as a King

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        Man these are crazy heavy.

        By Kevin Melkowski

        from Missouri

        Comments about Dynasty M575 Series Marching Bb Euphonium:

        We wong high brass with these in Minnesota Brass during world championships. With right technique, they can produce incredible sound. The weight of them feels like they're really durable. Sucks holding up after a 12 min show though.

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