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Re: Choosing a large 5v Bb

Postby Lectron » Fri Mar 17, 2017 1:54 pm

bloke wrote:
Peach wrote:Those people wondering why on earth someone would need a 5th valve on a Bb have probably never played in a high section competing brass band... Those parts are frequently tres mobile way down below standard orchestral rep and the flexibility of a 5th valve helps a lot.


...as does a 4-valve compensating system combined with a great instrument.

Pick one :wink: :tuba:
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Re: Choosing a large 5v Bb

Postby apkujala » Fri Mar 17, 2017 4:17 pm

To original question:

I'd go for Nirschl
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Re: Choosing a large 5v Bb

Postby Lectron » Fri Mar 17, 2017 4:28 pm

apkujala wrote:To original question:

I'd go for Nirschl

The MWN-6? Or the "Bohemian" one
Not many of either around.
Glad to meet someone who knows it/them.
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Edit: Found your thread apkujala :tuba:
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