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Adams Marching Brass Series Bb Baritone with Case

Model # MB By: Adams
    • This item has been discontinued by the manufacturer
  • Overview

    • Comes With Case
    • .571" Bore
    • 10" Bell
    • Stainless Steel Pistons
    • Lightweight
    • Proprietary Valves
  • Item Details

    The Adams Marching Brass Series Bb Baritone is ready to blow all other baritones out of the marching field, rather.

    This baritone has a 10" bell and .571" bore, yet still maintains a light overall weight for easy carry. The proprietary valves and stainless steel pistons make for a great response from the horn.

    Overall, this baritone produces a loud, robust sound that fills up your ensemble. Don't step onto a marching field with out one (or several).

    Bonus: It comes with a case!

    Finishes include:

    • Brass Lacquer Finish
    • Silver Plate Finish

  • Specifications

    Name Adams Marching Brass Series Bb Baritone with Case
    Brand Adams
    Model # MB
    UPC Code [Error processing dynamic tag getCurrentAttribute('item', 'upccode') : record invtpart 91237 not found]
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    Includes Rhythm Section
    Item Weight5.6 lbs
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    Bore Size.571"
    Bell Size10"
    Includes Tuning Slide Trigger!None!
    Marching Tuba Type!None!
    Number of Valves!None!
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    Includes Head
    Is Mountable
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  • Returns & Shipping


    All sales for clearance items are final. Returns will not be accepted. Official Return Policy


    Every single order that goes out the door has a tracking number that will be emailed to you, and all of it is completely insured. Everything is carefully packed by hand - we know just how delicate this stuff can be, and how important it is to you.

    We ship from centrally-located Dallas, Texas. Howdy y'all!

Read Reviews (1)

    • Author Photo
    • David L
    • Templeton CA
    • Teacher (19 yrs)
    • Pros

      • High volume threshold
      • Centered throughout
    • Cons

      • A tad pricey
    • 5
    • Free-blowing, centered with no bad notes
    • February 18, 2016
    • by David L
    • I don't own one, but I played a demo at a convention. Some background: I am a HS band director and professional trombonist. I have played the Mercedes Bach, Kanstul, King, Yamaha, Blessing, Kanstul and Dynasty marching baritones. The Adams horn was the first one that I played that I liked everything about. The response is nice throughout all registers. Problem notes like the low C, top of staff B, and 4th space G blew free and loud without the usual instability that hampers those notes at high volume. The horn is well balanced on the left hand. If you have the budget, you will be happy with your purchase and the sound of your baritone section.