I am selling my Yamaha YEP 642 silver compensating euphonium, which I've been using as a backup to my Sterling Virtuoso. I bought this from QuinnTheEskimo a few years ago, who himself sold it as a instrument that had been played extensively in a school of some sort. I've had the vast majority of dents rolled out, felts and corks replaced, and its had an ultrasonic bath and polishing. The end result is a horn that looks as new as it can possibly get, and also plays and slots very well. The valves are in good working order, and include a set of Mead springs. There are various scratches in the silver, and I've done my best to show them in the pictures provided. I'm including a gold Steven Mead SM3 mouthpiece. The serial number is 352465, although in the Yamaha world serial numbers don't mean much.
I'm asking $2,800, which I believe to be a very fair price. I accept payments through PayPal, and if I can sell the euphonium here I will not charge for shipping, which is in the continental United States only. Feel free to PM me with questions!
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