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What struck me first was how easy it was to play. You can fill it up and resonate fully without blowing hard. At the same time, it could handle a lot of air. It was easy and comfortable to play at all volumes in all registers of the horn, and sounded consistent throughout The horn feels wonderful. It is incredibly well balanced, especially for a lightweight horn. The Monel valves are extremely comfortable and reliable, with thick key buttons. Yamaha employed some features from its heavyweight Xeno trumpets, like the valve buttons and braces, in order to change the overall feel of the Z, and it works marvelously. It feels meaty and substantial despite its meager proportions. The horn's sound is its most remarkable and notable feature, which is always nice to be able to say. It resonates beautifully at all volumes, making it a very flexible horn suitable for lead playing as well as for more mellow soloing. It is easy to slot notes on the horn, and the intonation is fantastic. At the same time, it provides room for nuance in pitch and color, much like an old Martin Committee. You are able to get a full, bright, brassy sound, which can go in many directions, depending on the intention of its player. You get so much back for putting in so little. What it acks in darkness is more than made up for in fullness and richness. It does not fee or sound at all thin, as many lightweight horns do. The Z packs a whole lot of trumpet into a smaller package, making it just a real joy to play.
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