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JP374 STERLING Bb Euphonium
JP374 STERLING Bb Euphonium JP374 Sterling Bb Euphonium (Silver plate) Instrument shot JP374 Sterling Bb Euphonium macro shot JP374 Sterling Bb Euphonium macro shot 2 Jp pro euphonium case JP Pro Euphonium Case JP Pro euphonium case with JP374 Sterling Jp pro logo Jp Pro case accessories Jp pro euphonium case handle detail
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JP374 STERLING Bb Euphonium

The JP374 Sterling is JP's flagship 4 valve fully compensating professional level Bb Euphonium. Created in collaboration with Paul Riggett of Sterling Brass, the JP374 Sterling represents a fusion of professional level Sterling components and design with the affordability and durability normally associated with the JP brand. Widely respected as one of the leading designers and manufacturers of brass instruments in the UK, Paul previously worked as a production manager at Boosey & Hawkes before creating Sterling Musical Instruments in 1987. The JP374 Sterling Euphonium incorporates an exclusively designed trademark Sterling leadpipe.

The JP374 Sterling Bb Euphonium is constructed from high grade 80:20 brass throughout and features a 12" bell for superior sound projection. As expected from an instrument of this level, the JP374 is fully compensating and includes a 3+1 bottom sprung valve system enabling an alternative fingering system. With high quality components and a pedigree many other makers cannot match, the JP374 Sterling offers players a professional level instrument at a highly affordable price.
  
Models
JP374 Sterling Bb Euphonium (Lacquer)
JP374 Sterling Bb Euphonium (Silver Plate)
Key :
Bb
Bore :
.590” (15mm) - .661” (16.8mm)
Bell :
12" (304.8mm)
Valves :
3+1 bottom sprung valves
Waterkeys :
3
Finishes :
Lacquer, Silver plate
Additional features :
Fully compensating system, High grade 80:20 brass
Supplied with :
Mouthpiece, hard case, Ultra-Pure maintenance kit
The JP374 Sterling is JP's flagship 4 valve fully compensating professional level Bb Euphonium. Created in collaboration with Paul Riggett of Sterling Brass, the JP374 Sterling represents a fusion of professional level Sterling components and design with the affordability and durability normally associated with the JP brand. Widely respected as one of the leading designers and manufacturers of brass instruments in the UK, Paul previously worked as a production manager at Boosey & Hawkes before creating Sterling Musical Instruments in 1987. The JP374 Sterling Euphonium incorporates an exclusively designed trademark Sterling leadpipe.

The JP374 Sterling Bb Euphonium is constructed from high grade 80:20 brass throughout and features a 12" bell for superior sound projection. As expected from an instrument of this level, the JP374 is fully compensating and includes a 3+1 bottom sprung valve system enabling an alternative fingering system. With high quality components and a pedigree many other makers cannot match, the JP374 Sterling offers players a professional level instrument at a highly affordable price.

The JP374 Sterling is supplied with a mouthpiece, ultapure maintenance kit and high quality hard case, constructed in Germany. The case features a hard exterior shell and soft internal padding including a seal-able compartment for storing small accessories and cleaning equipment. The case's construction includes hard molded wheels and lockable clasps. Ergonomic handles are well placed and feel of a high quality.

All JP Musical Instruments are covered by our comprehensive 2 year warranty. Visit our Warranty Information page for full terms and conditions.
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Customer Reviews

  • Author: Mike Howley, Solo Euphonium with the Desford Colliery Band, formerly Solo Euphonium with Brighouse & Rastrick
    “A triumph of engineering! How can such quality be so affordable? I have been using the euphonium as a soloist and in brass band and it is at home in both environments. The tone is true at the extremes of pitch and throughout the dynamic range. The Euphonium is all about sound. With the JP Sterling Euphonium I can create the very personal sound which is in my heart, in my soul. That's simply not possible on many of the much more expensive brands.”
  • Author: Kate Williams - Principal Baritone — Desford Colliery Band
    "As part of my job I recently had the pleasure of appraising 3 of the superior John Packer euphoniums on behalf of our students. All were striking examples of the modern style of instrument design as well as displaying a high quality of build. Added to this the fantastic prices being asked and they almost seem too good to be true. So to the testing…….

    The JP374 Sterling and the JP374 Sterling (Trigger) are both essentially the same fully compensating 4 valve euphonium. Each has the benefit of a larger 12” bell which seems to aid projection for the more advanced player. They feel exceptionally comfortable to hold and the playing position dictated by the design seems completely natural assuring the performer that they are playing an instrument of pure quality. Articulation, dynamic extremes, intonation and freedom of flexibility are outstanding. Tuning on the trigger model is of course perfect in the hands of a knowledgeable and proficient musician. The case is smaller than that of the JP274 and has a ‘gig bag’ feel to it—ideal for the busy professional. These really are instruments that demand a place high up in the brass retail market and I will be happy to recommend any of them to prospective purchasers of the appropriate standard."
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