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In our range of euphoniums, you will be able to find and buy high-quality euphoniums in a complete range for all levels. You will also easily find all the euphonium accessories you need, such as euphonium cases, stands, or mouthpieces, among other accessories, always including the best brands for your instrument: Besson, Jupiter, Eastman, and much more.
Are you a music student looking to buy a euphonium? Or are you searching for a replacement for your professional euphonium? In La Musa Instrumentos' range of euphoniums, you can find and buy high-quality euphoniums for all levels.
Additionally, we offer all the euphonium accessories you need, such as euphonium cases, stands, or mouthpieces, among other accessories, always including the best brands for your instrument: Besson, Jupiter, Eastman, and much more.
Don't wait any longer, visit our online store and take a look at all the types of euphoniums. Convince yourself that we are your best choice to acquire an instrument at the best price.
Before buying a euphonium, let's define what it is, its characteristics, and its types so you can have a clearer idea when deciding.
The euphonium is an instrument from the brass wind family, also known as a tenor tuba or euphonium. It is relatively unknown; however, it is often used in solo performances and jazz bands. Most euphoniums are manufactured with pistons, although some models have valves.
Its creation dates back to approximately 1838-1843. The current piston system was invented in 1818, and in 1874, thanks to David Blaikley, the first euphonium with a compensated system emerged.
Below, you can discover some qualities of this instrument, which will help you choose which euphonium to buy.
The sound of the euphonium is produced by the vibration of the player's lips, who blow through the mouthpiece, allowing the airflow through the instrument's body. This mouthpiece has a wide and rounded structure, much like that of a trombone.
The euphonium is designed with a thin tubing that gradually widens until ending in a large bell. Commonly, they come with pistons, elongated pieces responsible for creating high or low notes. Euphoniums are often tuned in B flat (Bb).
In the musical world, there are three types of euphoniums:
If you are still unsure about which euphonium to buy, follow these tips from La Musa:
Still wondering where to buy a euphonium? La Musa Instrumentos is the online store where you can buy the euphonium you need to learn to play or refine the notes of your band. In our extensive stock, you will find euphoniums from the best brands at discounted prices. Don't miss this opportunity!
The price of a euphonium varies according to its materials, brand, and type. A cheap euphonium with guaranteed quality is around 106 €. However, a professional euphonium with accessories and gold plating ranges from 4000 to 7500 €.
All instruments have a degree of difficulty, but the euphonium is one of the easiest instruments to learn to play. However, you need the help of a teacher and, of course, a lot of practice and discipline.
At La Musa, we strive to bring you the best right to your doorstep. Our team of experts classifies the best euphonium brands, including Besson, Cerveny, XO Brass, and Eastman. Plus, we have all the accessories to keep your instrument well-equipped.
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