Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!
 

Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!

    
Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!    20:38 on Monday, March 27, 2006          

Spiri
(7 points)
Posted by Spiri

Here, tell us all about the good and the bad and ugly trumpet brands, what suits you best and what you like!


Re: Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!    23:46 on Saturday, May 20, 2006          

purple_trumpet
(20 points)
Posted by purple_trumpet

wow! what a question, and if you leave it long enough, there'd be a million replies.
i spose it really does depend on your style, and your level of playing, and the money your willing to pay. i went right out there and i bought a purple trumet, and it's a norton international, but i'm going to get a pro series model some day.
- Laura


Re: Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!    11:22 on Sunday, May 21, 2006          

LEADAHS
(17 points)
Posted by LEADAHS

My Jupiter slide trumpet is great. It has much better tone than my Xeno and plays perfectly in tune, meaning I don't have to pull out on any notes. I'm using it to play taps on memorial day, cause i don't have a bugle. sounds great.


Re: Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!    16:18 on Tuesday, May 23, 2006          

weedy
(23 points)
Posted by weedy

"My Jupiter slide trumpet is great. It has much better tone than my Xeno and plays perfectly in tune, meaning I don't have to pull out on any notes. I'm using it to play taps on memorial day, cause i don't have a bugle. sounds great."

HAHA you're dumb


Re: Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!    20:21 on Wednesday, May 31, 2006          

Emily_79
(2 points)
Posted by Emily_79

AHHHHH! jupiter sucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Re: Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!    06:47 on Wednesday, June 07, 2006          

satchmo
(3 points)
Posted by satchmo

mmm how do i say this without !***!ing some1 off.
the getzen eterna 900 is a piece of !***!.
my work has just ordered a whole heap of them and they suck balls. there consistancy is average. they seem to play well when ur playing alone but the intonation is very average, this is the opinion of many of us trumpet players throughout Aus so its not just my opinion. generally we tend to use Bach's here in Aus


Re: Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!    15:40 on Monday, June 12, 2006          

gabe
(24 points)
Posted by gabe

Bach Strad--AMAZING Trumpet. Of course I say that after spending years on a crappy student yamaha.


Re: Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!    18:32 on Monday, June 12, 2006          

Tyty33
(7 points)
Posted by Tyty33

Bach strad. Great trumpet hard to play at first but makes a great sound and jst an overall great trumpet...and jupiter sux..ALOT


Re: Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!    16:08 on Sunday, June 25, 2006          

TrumpetGeek
(72 points)
Posted by TrumpetGeek

Yamaha's are good except for the student brands.


Re: Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!    16:20 on Monday, July 17, 2006          

ukpride
(21 points)
Posted by ukpride

I agree that the bach strad is an awesome instrument. I've been playing a machine-made(as oppose to hand made) one for 5 years now and i feel i can get most timbres on it which is something i feel is harder to manage on some of the bigger bored trumpets like schilke's, or the japanese trumpets which will normally produce a much brighter sound. The bach does take some getting used to though and not being the best trumpet player in the world i still feel it has more potential that i can squeeze out of it in the future.


Re: Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!    18:43 on Monday, July 17, 2006          

trumpetguy69
(6 points)
Posted by trumpetguy69

Yeah, I agree the Bach Strad is a great trumpet. I bought one used for 500 dollars, it was a great deal. Even though it is over 30 years old it still plays great, it doesnt look very nice, but it plays well.


Re: Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!    20:03 on Monday, July 17, 2006          

shmuckonwheels
(118 points)
Posted by shmuckonwheels

I haven't played many Bach's, but I just bought a used Benge and it plays excellent so I'd have to say it's up there.


Re: Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!    21:17 on Monday, July 17, 2006          

blissfulbec
(2 points)
Posted by blissfulbec

I have an E.M. Winston its blue and pretty good. I also have a parrot but prefer not to play it as it is pretty crappy


Re: Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!    01:37 on Thursday, July 20, 2006          

trumpetkid89
(108 points)
Posted by trumpetkid89

Oh could i tell ya something about brands. Bach strads are great horns. You go for the yamaha xenos and you're lookin at a kickass horn. Monette horns are wonderfulness-sauce, but are expensivie. But..for the trumpets within price range. Go for Bach, Yamaha, Benge, and Schilke. Oh yea, shertzer!!! they make awesome rotary valve trumpets. Take my advice and try out all these horns. It's hard to get your hands on a monette, but it's worth a shot. And you need like special trainin for the monette equipment as i did in the past. But go for what ya like...JUST MAKE SURE YOU TRY OUT THE HORN BEFORE YOU BUY IT!


Re: Trumpet Brands, good the bad and the ugly!!    16:11 on Thursday, July 20, 2006          

trumpet25
(16 points)
Posted by trumpet25

I have played an E.M. Winston and it played great. I was really suprised. I currently play a Bach Strad and it is an awsome trumpet.


   





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