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Yamaha BBb tubas feature hand-lapped pistons and hand-lapped tuning slides for smooth, airtight action. The clear epoxy finish and gold brass leadpipe will provide durable protection against corrosion. Versatile in any performance situation and built to last, this full-size tuba is ideal for the beginning student.
Hand-lapping is a time-consuming finishing process which results in superior valve fit for noiseless, responsive action and easy tone changes
Hand-lapping achieves the perfect balance between airtightness and smooth action
Precision brace design and placement
The design and placement of the braces ensures maximum durability as well as optimum tone
The excellent intonation of the YBB201 helps to foster a feel for correct pitch in beginning players
The responsiveness of the YBB201 assists beginning players in learning the phrasing of the tuba
- Key: Bb
- Size: 4/4
- Bore: .728"
- Bell: 17-1/2" upright yellow brass bell
- Valves: Three top-action nickel-plated nickel alloy pistons help achieve fast, effortless fingering
- Gold brass leadpipe: Gold brass is extremely resistant to wear and corrosion, and hen used in a leadpipe, it ensures long-term precision
- Clear epoxy lacquer: Microscopic, electrically-charged particles of lacquer are attracted to and deposited evenly on the surface of the instrument carrying the opposite charge. This produces an exceptionally thin, uniform coating that can be oven-hardened for maximum durability without compromising the instrument's sound. The sound produced is a solid, somewhat harder sound than silver-plated finishes