Written on: 22/06/2008 by Gerridee (1 review written)
Very free playing, Great Response and awesome tone and intonation. This horn will take you as fas as you want to go. It s up to you how good a player you will let this horn make of you.
A little on the heavy side but it is compensating and has the extra tubing.
I have owned numerous Euphoniums. King, Willson, Besson and yet the Besson is still the one to beat in my opinion. I have recently had the opportunity to test drive a Besson Prestige 2052-2 and that is the only horn better than the Sovereign series. You will never regret buying a Sovereign or a Prestige. Especially the new Prestige horns that are made in Germany for the last year or the German Sovereigns. Always a joy to play!!
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