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Eb/F Bubbie mini tuba

£1,295.00£1,450.00 £995.00£1,200.00 incl. VAT

Probably the smallest tuba in the World, lightweight for standing gigs, easy to transport and good for practice use.


This is your LAST opportunity to purchase the famous Bubbie tuba, as it is being discontinued once present batch is sold! 

Note we will deliver worldwide at very reasonable shipping prices

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Product Description

The Bubbie mini tuba is only 21″ high (smaller than euphonium), has 9″ bell and weighs under 7 lb.

This is a well made quality instrument. It has non-corrosive nickel silver leadpipe and both nickel inner and outer tuning slides for smooth action with gold brass body to give a rich tone.

This Bubbie mini tuba tuba is every bit as good as a branded model costing six times the amount.

zaco lavigne, concervatoire de musique et d’art dram de montreal says:
August 23, 2012 at 6:44 pm
Thank you very much i just received it and it is really genius! I played it for 8h+ a day since ive got it its really a powerfull instrument and i LOVE the resitance it give (im a fan of compact tuba because of this). And for playing modern video game music (bass tuba or contrabass trombone part) it plays perfectly during very brassy pass. It is one of the best product i own. Now i can play anywhere. THANK YOU MERCI ARRIGATO!!!!!!
Roger Cawkwell says:
August 1, 2012 at 6:26 pm
I’m impressed by the level of craftsmanship, which I think is improving every year and gradually laying to rest the old opinions about “Chinese Instruments
Jeremiah Chia Luck Koon says:
August 1, 2012 at 6:25 pm
A tuba as portable as a trumpet? It is a reality now!
Ray Dickson says:
August 1, 2012 at 6:22 pm
Basically it is a very good instrument. I enjoy carrying around less weight and my orchestra players have commented positively… I find that I have an upper body and head freedom which I do not have with my Yamaha, which rests on my lap and the mouthpiece position is determined for me. I find eye communication with the conductor much better with the Bubie. The rotary valves are good to use…
Graham Sibley, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra says:
August 1, 2012 at 6:21 pm
An absolute ‘God-send’ on those days on tour when you can’t get to your instrument, and need to practice to keep your chops in! When I practiced in the hotel room with a mute,the violinist next door was louder!!!!

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