The reverse leadpipe on this Xeno trumpet provides superior control and flexibility.
This very popular special model Xeno features a leadpipe and tuning slide of reversed style with a single brace for quicker response and playing agility. The heavier mouthpiece receiver adds body to the tonal core, and helps hold the sound together at large dynamics. This model has a ring on the 1st valve slide, and no water key on the third valve slide, as preferred by its development artist.
Keeps tone focused throughout the entire range of the instrument.
Promotes a "free blowing" feel to the horn.
Monel pistons are resistant to corrosion and are an ideal choice for professional trumpet pistons which must retain precise fit and smooth action over many years.
A one-piece bell has an axial (lengthwise) seam, making it a continuous extension of the instrument's material. This results in pure, uniform resonance and superior tone. A hammered yellow brass bell produces a perfectly-balanced tone with quick response and extra presence due to advanced manufacturing.
Yamaha employs special computer-controlled annealing equipment to ensure that the end result of this heating and cooling process is a consistently superior sound.
Hand-lapping pistons and slides ensures an absolutely perfect fit and seal between the pistons and casing or slide parts. Such a perfect fit helps to achieve smooth air flow and smooth action and improve the response and intonation of the instrument.
Perfectly rounded tubing results in less turbulence and a smoother air flow, thus allowing for an excellent scale and reduced resistance.
A high-energy laser fuses the brass together for a virtually seamless bell which allows continuous even vibrations.
This type of leadpipe offers excellent intonation, response and proper resistance.
The main tuning slide on the YTR-8335RGS has a single brace which helps the response and tonal color of the instrument.
Through research, Yamaha designers have developed a process for treating metal that enables the heavyweight trumpets to deliver more power, better control, and richer sound.
A thicker leadpipe helps the trumpet have a better tone and response.
The heavyweight trumpets have heavier metal through the instrument than the standard weight trumpets. Thicker metal helps the trumpets deliver a darker tone that does not break up with volume.
Darkened sound and improved tonal projection are the result of metal valve guides.