Thomann MB-30 Bb- Marching Baritone

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B-Flat Marching Baritone

  • 3 Valves
  • Brass bell
  • Bell diameter: 220.5 mm (8.7")
  • Diameter of the bore: 12.5 mm
  • Height: 53 cm
  • Weight: 1.81 kg
  • With clear lacquer finish
  • Mouthpiece and case included
available since July 2011
Item number 255326
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Finish Clear Lacquered
Incl. Case / Gigbag Yes
£315
Free shipping incl. VAT
In stock within 5-7 weeks
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81 Customer ratings

55 Reviews

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Very good for the price.
Mihai Sorohan 01.04.2018
It's named "baritone" but it might be actually a trombone. Tried baritone mouthpiece and didn't fit, but could fit any trombone mouthpiece.

The instrument it's easy to play if you're a trumpet player, much more intuitive than the marching trombone in a trombone shape.
The pistons work pretty good. The sound is a bit darker and lacks the "bite", and it's a bit unstable in the high register, but generally speaking, great instrument for the price. Totally recommend.
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GOOD ENOUGH
estevemolero.com 14.12.2017
I purchased this instrument few months ago. I needed it as a second instrument (being the first a Kanstul valve trombone). From my point of view, it works perfectly. Somehow the intonation is bad, but this is normal in this kind of horns. You have to compensate it yourself. The materials are (of course, with this price!) not really good. There was a problem with an element of the valves from the very first day, but I got a new piece from Thomann in few days. I would recomend the instrument 100%, keeping in mind that in not a first class instrument. A consideration for Thomann team: I am quite sure this instrument is a Marching valve trombone (a.k.a. flugabone) instead of a Marching baritone. Worth it!

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Good instrument for the price
Booglefone 30.04.2020
I bought this instrument to replace my very old King fluglebone(40 years old) which I use for jazz gigs.
It blows really well and the low register is much better than the King. I only have one issue and that's with the tuning of the top F concert, it's very sharp and must be lipped down a lot. As long as you are aware of it, you can deal with it.
Apart from that the valves are good, it's great for the price and plays very well throughout the range when I use my own Vincent Bach mouthpiece.
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Good instrument
slobby 02.05.2022
The tones are not tuned but for that money you can expect premium quality. Good for exercise
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