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The JP372 Sterling is John Packer's flagship Eb Tenor Horn. Created in collaboration with Paul Riggett of Sterling Musical Instruments, the JP372 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 JP372 Sterling features a variety of exclusive Sterling design components that have managed to capture the spirit of Sterling within a JP Instrument. Constructed entirely from high grade 80:20 brass the instrument features a hand spun bell providing players with beautiful warm sound. A custom Sterling lead pipe ensures a truly professional sound. 

The JP373 Sterling Eb Tenor Horn has a .466 bore and a hand spun 8" bell. Stainless steel valves are provided as standard ensuring the a long lasting and durable valve action. The instrument also includes a lyre box, bell ring and 4 water keys.

The JP372 Serling is supplied with a Denis Wick mouthpiece, Ultrapure maintenance and lubricant pack and high quality hard case. Constructed from shatter proof plastic, the case includes 3 hard wearing clasps (2 locking)and several small internal storage compartments, perfect for small accessories and maintenance equipment.

Manufactured to a high quality standard as is expected with all JP Instruments, the JP372 Sterling is guaranteed for 12 months against faulty manufacturing or materials and is fully tested prior to sale.

JP372Sterling Tenor Horn Eb - choose finish

  • Specification
    Key: Eb
    Bore: .466" (11.84mm)
    Bell: 8" (203.20mm), High Grade 80:20 Brass
    Valves: Stainless steel valves
    Waterkeys: 4
    Finishes: Lacquer, Silver Plate
    Additional features: Lyre box, Hand spun bell, Bell ring,
    Supplied with: Denis Wick Mouthpiece, Hard case, Ultra-Pure maintenance kit
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