About Jupiter Instruments:
What makes Jupiter instruments so special to the musicians that use them? It all comes down to Jupiter's dedication to quality. It's a quality that, since the 1930s, novice, intermediate and professional players everywhere have turned to time and time again, allowing Jupiter to grow into one of the biggest instrument manufacturers on the planet. And with a catalog as large as the instruments are impressive, you're sure to find something here you'll be proud to own.
To start though, because this section is as big as it is, you should ask yourself a few questions in order to narrow things down. What type of instrument are you searching for? How skilled are you with your instrument of choice? What type of construction material will produce the tone you need? Are you here exclusively for an instrument, or are you looking for something paired with a case? Once you can roughly answer these questions your decision should get that much easier.
If you're still undecided, sometimes it helps just take a look at the variety of instruments. The collection includes flutes, sousaphones, trombones, trumpets, saxophones, double horns, traditional and convertible tubas, flugelhorns, euphoniums, piccolos, cornets, bassoons, upright baritones, French horns, clarinets and more. And that's just scratching the surface as there are multiple variations of each. From there it is definitely worth your time exploring each of the options for the instrument you've decided on as each offers something unique and noteworthy.
It's easy to see why Jupiter has the reputation it does. From performing artists to educators to orchestras all over the world, Jupiter has made a name for themselves as one of the finest brass, woodwind and marching band instrument-makers. Whether you're just being introduced to your chosen instrument, or you're looking to upgrade to something truly spectacular, Jupiter is a name you can trust.