Looking for the perfect gift for a tuba or euphonium player? We’ve identified eleven gifts they’ll love.
With Yamaha’s Silent Brass System for tuba, the all-encompassing tuba sound gets reduced to a faint whisper of its former self, allowing you (and likely this tuba player’s neighbors) to rest easy. While your resting, the tuba player can her himself through an electronic amplification system delivered via earphones. It’s a must have for college dorms and apartments.
It can be cumbersome to hold a tuba, the heaviest orchestra instrument outside of the percussion section. This is why your tuba player needs a stand that will protectively cradle this expensive piece of metal while resting. This stand folds up for easy transport. We reviewed many stands on the market and recommend this one for its durability.
A real patented tuba design from 1972 by Fred Marzan, this archive quality print makes a tasteful decoration for any tuba player’s home. The 11″ x 14″ print comes ready to frame.
A tuba-themed t-shirt he or she will not be embarrassed to wear because it looks so cool. Comes in five different dark shades with a lightweight, modern fit. Great for those who play sousaphone in marching band.
Tuba Mouthpiece Case
So your tuba player plunked down several hundred on a new mouthpiece and is protecting it in a zip lock plastic bag? That’s not going to end well. He or she needs this handy case that gets rave reviews for its level of protection and slim design.
Give family and neighbors fair warning — this is tuba territory! Make sure all visitors to your tuba player’s living quarters realize what they’re getting into with this street sign.
It’s below freezing and your tuba player is standing on the football field waiting to play at yet another rehearsal. The cold metal of the instrument is surrounding his body. Brrrr. This tuba-embroidered hat reads “I play heavy metal.” It will help retain some precious heat and make the other band members want their own too!
Acclaimed tuba player Harvey Phillips‘ autobiography, detailing his fascinating career that led him from Barnum & Bailey circus to the New York City Opera and many other gigs. Perhaps even more than playing, his efforts to get the tuba recognized as an important instrument have had lasting effects in the field. He commissioned over 200 works for tuba.
Be not only the biggest, but the classiest instrument in the band with tuba-shaped cuff links that are sure to draw ooohs and aaahs from fellow players, who will likely soon want their own.
Brighten up a practice room with this beautiful watercolor print. Comes with an optional birch wood mounting. Handmade in Virginia.
This wonderfully detailed necklace replicates a 5-valve Mirafone 186-5U tuba. A a great gift for him or her to proudly display the finest instrument on earth!