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Kanstul 290 Series Marching Baritone

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The 290 Bb Marching Baritone is a great combination of power and projection. The 290 features a .562" bore for a large, powerful sound plus the Kanst...Click To Read More About This Product

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Powerful baritone.

The 290 Bb Marching Baritone is a great combination of power and projection. The 290 features a .562" bore for a large, powerful sound plus the Kanstul "Tune Any Note" slide system”an additional tuning slide with a left hand thumb ring to adjust the intonation for any note. Includes case and mouthpiece.

FEATURES
  • Key: Bb
  • Bore: .562"
  • Bell: 10"
  • Bell Material: Yellow Brass
  • Valves: Monel Piston
  • Features: Length 21.5", Weight: 6 lb.;
  • Case: Yes
  • Mouthpiece: Yes
  • Finish: Lacquer, Silver
  • "Tune Any Note" System
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4.3

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good sound, good intonation, good balance, a little heavy

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from Orem, UT

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It's a little heavier than some, but it's more balanced than most, so it doesn't torque the bell down as much. Intonation is quite good for a marching baritone. It also has the Tune-Any-Note feature, which I LOVE! Intonation is WAY better than the King. Sound quality is richer and less edgy than Yamaha. When you play it, it sound (to the player) like it's quieter, however, if the bell is pointing at you, there's certainly better projection than most a Yamaha or a Dynasty. I had problems with the first Kanstul I ever played (a soprano bugle in 1995), but I think they've fixed things since then. I've had Kanstul Marching brass (Marching Tubas, Baritones, a Marching Euph, and Mellos) for 3 years and have never had a problem with the valves.

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4.0

Great Horn

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from Michigan

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I marched for Dutch Boy Drum and Bugle Corp during the '08 season, and we used these wonderful horns. Their projection is good and playing it feels natural. The horn is a tad heavy, but at least it feels nice--unlike Yamaha or King horns. (Which seem to require large hands to have that perfect fit.) Plus they're extremely sturdy; we had somebody trip and fall on the bell...it wasn't even folded, just a bit dented!

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4.0

Fairly good

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from Utah

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I marched with this last season in my high school's marching band. I t has a fairly good tone out on the field. Down side is it feels a little heavier than most other Marching Bari's.

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