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Top RatedAllora AAFG-103F Series Bb Flugelhorn
This flugelhorn features vertical valve slides with a 3rd valve slide trigger and a rose brass bell for a...$499.99Compare Compare Now site1prod585008
Getzen 595 Capri Series Bb Flugelhorn
The Getzen 595 Capri Series Bb Flugelhorn features a .460-inch bore with a 6.5-inch bell designed for...Starting at $1,559.00Compare Compare Now site1prod464082
Kanstul 925 Series Bb Flugelhorn
The Kanstul 925 Custom Class Series Professional Flugelhorn features a .415-inch bore with vertical valve...Starting at $2,084.00Compare Compare Now site1prod463599
King 650 Diplomat Series Bb Flugelhorn
Diplomat, an American-style flugelhorn with a deep sonorous tone. Key of Bb, 458" (11.63mm) bore, 6" (152mm)...Starting at $1,289.00Compare Compare Now site1prod468357
Marching bands and school ensembles are prime territory for intermediate flugelhorns, where their combination of performance, durability and accessibility makes them perfect for handling the rigors of the job. And thanks to affordable models like the Allora AAFG-103F Series Bb Flugelhorn and the Jupiter 846 Series Bb Flugelhorn, they're also an easy fit into any student musician's budget. If you're looking for an instrument that's easy to get your hands on and will stay by your side reliably for years, these are fantastic candidates.
Are you planning on keeping your intermediate flugelhorn for as long as possible before looking into another upgrade? In that case, let's go back to the concept of gradual improvement. "Intermediate" isn't a position so much as it is a spectrum of skill levels, and there are certain instruments built to cater to musicians at the upper end of that spectrum. These models, including the Getzen 595 Capri Series Bb Flugelhorn and the Kanstul 925 Series Bb Flugelhorn for instance, are close to professional level and are more than capable of carrying you into that upper echelon of musicianship.
It goes without saying that the choice in intermediate flugelhorns is yours to make, and it can be based on just about anything: the finish that's on the instrument you're considering, the advice your band leader gave you as to which horns to look at, or simply the model you most like the look of. As long as you're choosing the flugelhorn that best appeals to you, it's safe to say you'll enjoy the results - so go ahead and start browsing the options!