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  1. Jupiter 464 Series Bell Front 3-Valve Euphonium
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  2. Jupiter 468 Series 3-Valve Euphonium
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  3. Jupiter JEP700 Series 3-Valve Euphonium
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  4. Amati AEP 345 Series 4-Valve Euphonium
    From $2,04999
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  1. Jupiter 474 Series 3-Valve Euphonium
    $1,90600
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  2. Jupiter JEP710 Series Bell Front 3-Valve Euphonium
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  3. Kanstul 980 Series 3-Valve Euphonium
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  4. Amati AEP 334 Series 3-Valve Euphonium
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    Allora AAEU-204 Series 4-Valve Euphonium
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  2. Amati AEP 241E Series 4-Valve Euphonium
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  3. Amati AEP 231EC Series Convertible 3-Valve Euphonium
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  4. Amati AEP 231E Series 3-Valve Euphonium
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If you're a student who's interested in taking up a brass instrument that's one-of-a-kind and fun to play, the euphonium might be right up your alley. Found in marching bands and symphony orchestras around the world, the euphonium is similar to baritone horns, but their main difference is that they usually have an extra 4th valve (baritone horns have 3) and their tubing is more shaped like a cone. The low voice of the euphonium has been described as being sweet in nature - in fact, the name itself comes from the Green word euphonos which translates to "sweet-voiced". Finding a high quality student euphonium is easy if you stick to this section. Honestly, the right choice for you will really be a matter of taste and budget, but it's usually recommended for serious players to go with a 4-valve model since they have a bit more range. With that in mind, there are still plenty of impressive 3-valve euphoniums on the market, including right here in this catalog. Let's get things rolling by starting with the Allora AAEU-204 Series 4-Valve Euphonium. The top-action, nickel piston valves of this instrument provide smooth playing action while the gold brass leadpipe allows for proper note placement. It also comes with a case and mouthpiece - making this option ideal for any aspiring euphonist who wants to start playing right away. Now, if it's 3-valve model that you'd prefer, check out the Jupiter 464 Series Bell Front 3-Valve Euphonium. Boasting a .570" bore, a detachable bell front design and front action valves, this instrument is easy to play, comfortable to hold and a cinch to maintain. Like the model mentioned before it, the 464 Series Euphonium comes with a solidly-built case, mouthpiece and mouthpiece shank. As you can see, you've definitely chosen the right spot to kick start your euphonium journey. From Amati to Kanstul, the most popular names in brass instrument manufacturing can be found here offering their own 3- and 4-valve models. Whether you have aspirations of post-secondary music education or simply want to take up a new hobby, the student euphonium for you is only a few clicks away.

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