Yamaha Advantage Trumpet Now Offers Monel Pistons, Advantage Clarinet Now Available In Wood

4/4/2008 [Brass/Woodwinds]

Return to Tradition for the New YTR-200ADM; YCL-400AD Features Grenadilla Wood

Yamaha YTR200
YTR-200ADM Advantage Trumpet
BUENA PARK, Calif. — Yamaha Band & Orchestral Division has added two additional models to its popular Advantage line of instruments. The new YTR-200ADM Advantage Trumpet now offers traditional Monel Pistons known for their superior durability. A great product for ensemble use, the new Advantage Trumpet will appeal to dealers for their rental inventory and educators of elementary through middle school students who wish to meet more stringent musical standards. The resilient trumpet features a Gold-Brass lead pipe that is resistant to corrosion.

Yamaha YCL400
YCL-400AD Advantage Wood Clarinet
The new YCL-400AD Advantage Wood Clarinet is housed in a Grenadilla wood body and provides a warm tone and classic resonance. Perfect for the elementary or middle school student, the new Advantage Clarinet uses nickel plated keys that will withstand corrosion, making this instrument an ideal choice for school rental.

"The new Advantage Trumpet and Advantage Clarinet reinforce our commitment to the student musician and the educational institutions we serve," says Kurt Witt, Marketing Manager, Yamaha Wind Instruments. "Both models will provide even more options to our dealers who sell the Yamaha Advantage line."

The new Advantage instruments provide legendary Yamaha quality and exceptional endurance for use by any young musician. As with most of Yamaha's student models, the new trumpet and clarinet carry our five-year warranty program, offering parents both investment protection and peace of mind.

For more information on the new Yamaha Advantage Trumpet with Monel Pistons and the Yamaha Advantage Wood Clarinet, write Yamaha Corporation of America, Band & Orchestral Division, Wind Instruments, P.O. Box 6600, Buena Park, CA 90622; telephone (714) 522-9011; e-mail infostation@yamaha.com; or visit www.yamaha.com/band.

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