Baritone Rental &
- Quality, name brand baritones and euphoniums including Yamaha and Selmer
- New and Previously Rented instruments
- Option to buy anytime and 100% of your rent will go toward that purchase!
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- Economy: proper working order, finish worn, cosmetically flawed
- Good: proper working order, minor scratches and dents
- Like New: proper working order, hardly rented, cosmetically demo/like new condition
- New: proper working order, never rented
All rental instruments are in working order and play in tune.
Please note that all rentals are subject to availability at time of rental. ** Minimum 3 month rental.
The baritone horn in American usage is a bugle in the key of G used in drum corps that is usually played by former trombonists/euphoniumists. It has 3 valves and a face forward bell and is the middle voice of a drum corps, between the high sopranos and the low contras. It has a forceful tone, as if sounding like a tenor trumpet.
The euphonium is a valved brass instrument, the tenor member of the tuba family. The appearance of a euphonium is very similar to that of a tuba, and many people not familiar with the instrument sometimes incorrectly call it a tuba. A person who plays euphonium is called a euphoniumist.