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Thread: Thomann Euphonium?

  1. #11
    Hi all, it's a Chinese jinbao as far as I know. Ive only ever played besson sovereign or prestige instruments before. I did try a Wessex and that gave me the confidence that the horns played ok.

    I do wonder whether there is that much difference with the sound of the premium instruments. So many or the top players are sponsored.

    Anyway I'm still really pleased with it.

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Feb 2019
    Near Bonn, Germany
    Based on my teacher's recommendation, and BTW, also on your video, I bought the 906 version in its sort of flashy silver/gold finish (don't like this too much) with a 12 1/4" bell and a main tuning slide trigger. It appears to be their best selling euph.

    The original MP is a #6, too small for me.
    Now, with a #4 MP, I couldn't be happier. We'll see if it keeps working this well.

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    I've got to say 5 years on I'm still really pleased with the euph, although I'm tempted to upgrade to a Thomann with a main tuning slide trigger. Does anyone have any experience of selling these used and what they might be worth?
    Solo Euphonium with Glossop Old Band
    Former Euphoniumist with The Central Band of the Royal Air Force (UK)

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