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Stomvi 5926 Elite Series Bb Flugelhorn
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The Stomvi 5926 Elite Series Bb Flugelhorn is a compact instrument with a thick, fluffy tone. Its mellow sound is even in all registers. This flugelh...Click To Read More About This Product
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Thick, fluffy, flugel tone.
The Stomvi 5926 Elite Series Bb Flugelhorn is a compact instrument with a thick, fluffy tone. Its mellow sound is even in all registers. This flugelhorn' copper bell offers warmth and resonance. It also features a yellow brass leadpipe, Amado water keys, and vertical valve slides. A 3rd valve trigger ensures easy intonation adjustments. This flugelhorn is smaller in size but not in sound. Enjoy playing your new Stomvi 5926 Elite Series Bb Flugelhorn.
- Key: Bb
- Bore: .459-inch
- Leadpipe: #3 Flugelhorn
- Leadpipe Material: Yellow Brass
- Bell: 6.5-inch #38 Flair
- Bell Material: Copper
- Valves: Monel Piston
- 1st Valve Slide Adjustment: N/A
- 3rd Valve Slide Adjustment: Trigger
- Features: Vertical Valve Slides; Amado Water Keys
- Case: Yes
- Mouthpiece: Yes
- Finish: Lacquer
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Comments about Stomvi 5926 Elite Series Bb Flugelhorn:
First, there is some misinformation posted throughout the internet on this horn (here too). It is a small .417 bore, not .459 (or .460) as represented here and elsewhere (this can be verified by contacting Stomvi USA directly) and the finish is unfinished and unpolished with rough splattered solder joints. It's a great playing horn, but the brass and two-piece copper bell are raw metal and will tarnish into a green and brown patina. As long as you go into this horn knowing these facts, you'll be perfectly happy with it. Its playing characteristics are similar to that of Kanstul 1525, which is one of the most popular flugelhorns on the market today.