Shepherd's Crook Strad!
The Bach Stradivarius tradition began in 1924, when the first Bach trumpets were manufactured. Since their introduction, musicians frequently referred to a Bach instrument as a "real 'Stradivarius' of a trumpet", thus inspiring the brand name Bach Stradivarius.
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Comments about Bach 184ML Stradivarius Series Bb Cornet:
Sorry, couldn't help it! Haha! This is a very, very nice horn. Even with the included mouthpiece, a Bach 6, (not a 6c... it's a 6) The sound is very "cornet-like". The tone production is easy and it slots like a laser! Intonation is exceptional! I don't really even need the trigger unless I'm having a "sharp" day to begin with. I was initially a little concerned about buying a "ML" bore horn, given the trend of extra large bore sizes out there in the industry, .470 is common, that this .459 horn might feel a tad stuffy, or stack-up when I ramped-up the dynamics... not a bit of it! It feels absolutely perfectly balanced between support and headroom. I'm super happy about that! Tired of those "almost right" horns. The finish and build quality are top-notch, (and I'm PICKY!!) worthy of the "Stradivarius" name. If you're looking for a shepard's crook cornet, I'd heartily recommend this horn.
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