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Musikmesse 2016: Yamaha Xeno 25th Anniversary Model Trumpet
The Xeno Series, throughought its 25 year history, has built a reputation through innovative leaps forward in instrument design and development, representing a fusion of craftsmanship that involves outstanding instrument design and advanced technology.
Based on the popular YTR-8335IIRS Xeno Bb trumpet, the 25th Anniversary Xeno trumpet features a 11,65mm medium-large bore with a reversed leadpipe and yellow brass bell.
This limited edition trumpet truly stands out from the crowd, combining some of the best features od the Yamaha Xeno series with unique specifications.
By Liz Cage
Posted on 7 Apr 2016 00:10 to category : Instruments News
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