Meinl Weston has long been the standard when it comes to professional low brass instruments, and the 451 in particular holds a hallowed spot in the pantheon of fine euphoniums. Each model represents the quality German craftsmanship that Meinl Weston is known for throughout the world. The 451 Series is built for all styles of music, producing a full, rich sound.
The 451 features a .590"-.629" bore, a 12" heavy gold brass bell, and a red brass mouthpipe. It has 3 top and 1 side action stainless steel pistons. Its dark, full sound has made it one of the most popular full compensating system euphoniums in the world.
Bore: .590-inch; 4th Valve .669-inch
Bell Material: Heavy Gold Brass
Bell Position: Upright
Valves: Stainless Steel Piston
Number of Valves: 4
Valve Position: Traditional (3 Top + 1 Side)
Features: Heavy Gold Brass Bell
Mouthpiece Shank: Large
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