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Yamaha SB7X-2 Silent Brass System - Trumpet

Brand: Yamaha


MSRP: $229.99

Item: #450781
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Are you tired of waking up the neighborhood when you practice? Are you searching for a way to get new and exciting sounds from your trumpet/cornet? Yamaha has the answer to your prayers with their innovative SB7X-2 Silent Brass System.

Yamaha’s next generation SILENT Brass System combines the new lightweight, free blowing design of the Pickup Mute™ and revolutionary Brass Resonance Modeling™ technology of the Personal Studio™(which uses the modeling of non-muted brass instruments to correct your instrument’s tone) to produce the natural acoustic tone you hear when playing without a mute, making it feel as though you are playing mute free. The innovative, award-winning Silent Brass System provides musicians with the ultimate practice tool, ideal for use in any silent practice or warm-up situation, and because it encourages proper practice techniques it is a must have for young players. The mute responds and plays in tune in all registers, leading the player to discover a much improved balance with a brass instrument.

Interested in exploring new tonal possibilities? Plug the Silent Brass into an effects unit and experiment with a new world of interesting sounds and ideas. Connect the Personal Studio with an audio player or a smartphone to enjoy playing along with your favorite music. You can even use the Silent Brass system to record by connecting the output of the Personal Studio to your computer.

Don't waste another practice session playing at less than full volume. Order the Yamaha SB7X-2 Silent Brass System from www.westmusic.com today and experience the sound of silence.

Systems include the Pickup Mute™, Personal Studio™, stereo headphones and cables


  • Dramatic sound reduction
  • Natural playing feel
  • Stunning, engaging, satisfying sound
  • Audio input for practicing with recordings
  • Audio output for recording and performing



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is this band approved we have a beginner student?
Garrison W on May 17, 2014
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