Heavy larger5 5/8" Bell Rose Brass Trumpet Full Engrave
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We sold over thousands trumpet every years. but never have one trumpet i love to play like this one. it's play so rich and smooth.
Full Engrave with
our larger 5 5/8" bell
classical, lead, and jazz
with our special heavy -weight mouthpieces
I got the horn. I'm gonna tell you like this:
I used to work for Sam Ash Music in Manhattan, one of the biggest music stores in the country.
I have played on all types of horns. I even had I custom made Bach. I have played every kind of
Monette currently available. I used to use the Monette B2 mouthpiece (Same kind as Wynton Marsalis).
I have even played one of Wynton's old horns.
If all of your horns play as well as the one that I have now, you have a customer for LIFE!!!
This horn plays, feels and sounds as good as a B-997 or B-993 (a $7,000 trumpet). I hope sincerely
that your prices do not change before I have a chance to get another Bb, a C trumpet, a Cornet and
a Flugel from you guys!....and maybe a picc trumpet (though I don't play much piccolo).
The next two on my list are the Copper-belled Cornet and Flugel you have. I will start saving up.
And, many people in NYC will be hearing this horn. I played tonight and people are already asking if
you make French Horns and Baritones and Trombones. So, hopefully I can send you some more business.
The mouthpiece is a great replica too, the the case is excellent quality. You guys have a great product.
I hope I can drop by Wynton's. Heh heh heh. He might get jealous!
All the best and I will be in touch with you very soon.
This instrument is much heavier than our smaller-belled instruments and
instrument we make with our larger 5 5/8" bell. It come with our heavy-weight mouthpieces, which makes it
versatile. Lead players or players with a naturally dark sound
use the lighter one mouthpieces - and many jazz or
would use the horn to perform, which helps
produce a thicker,
more stable sound. Jazz Orchestra and in small
group jazz people will love this horn.