A typical full-size orchestral tuba weighs 25 to 35 pounds. The player does not need to hold up the heavy instrument without assistance. The chair the musician sits in supports the tuba's weight.Know More
In part, the weight of a tuba depends upon its size. The most common options for tubas are 3/4, 4/4, 5/4 and 6/4 sizes. The variations between the lengths depends upon manufacturer. While there is consistency in size within one company, tuba sizes are not the same across different companies.
When tuba players are unable to perform while sitting, such as in marching bands, their instruments often weigh significantly less. Some drum corps tubas weigh only 15 pounds.Learn more in Musical Instruments
The average passenger car tire weighs between 20 and 22 pounds, light truck tires less than 17 inches in diameter weigh around 35 pounds, and semi-truck tires weigh between 105 and 110 pounds. The weight of off-road tires varies depending on use, such as for agriculture, mining or large equipment. Scrap tires weigh less than new ones. Passenger tires weigh 25 pounds new, while they weigh 20 pounds as scrap.Full Answer >
Passenger car tires weigh about 22 pounds, while light truck tires that fit rims up to 17 inches in diameter weigh about 35 pounds. The tire of a semi-truck or large truck can weigh as much as 120 pounds.Full Answer >
A male Staffordshire bull terrier normally weighs 25 to 38 pounds and reaches a height of 14 to 16 inches, while a female weighs 23 to 35 pounds and is 13 to 15 inches tall, according to Dog Breed Info. The Staffordshire bull terrier lives for 10 to 16 years.Full Answer >
The first tuba was invented by Edme Guillaume in 1590. It was made of wood and leather. The modern tuba is the creation of Wilhelm Wieprecht and Johann Gottfried Moritz in 1835.Full Answer >