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Key of Bb. Lightweight body, .459" medium-large bore, 37 gold brass bell, 25 mouthpipe, Monel valves, lacquered finish. Please Note: All Bach trumpe...Click To Read More About This Product

Available 05-25-2017

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Key of Bb. Lightweight body, .459" medium-large bore, 37 gold brass bell, 25 mouthpipe, Monel valves, lacquered finish.

Please Note: All Bach trumpets and cornets come with 1st valve slide hook, 3rd valve slide ring, case, and mouthpiece, unless otherwise specified.

  • Key of Bb
  • Lightweight body
  • .459" medium-large bore
  • 37 gold brass bell
  • 25 mouthpipe
  • Monel valves

LT180-37G Stradivarius Professional Trumpet

  • Key: Bb
    Bore: .459" Medium-Large Bore
    Leadpipe: #25 Standard
    Leadpipe Material: Yellow Brass
    Bell: 4.8" #37 One-Piece, Hand-Hammered
    Bell Material: Gold Brass
    Valves: Monel
    1st Valve Slide Adjustment: Thumb Saddle
    3rd Valve Slide Adjustment: Fixed Ring with Slide Stop
    Case: Zippered Cordura Covered Wood Shell Case
    Mouthpiece: Bach 7C
    Finish: Lacquer

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Lightweight horn w/ a Gold Brass bell is great


from Long Beach, CA

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Comments about Bach LT180-37G Stradivarius Professional Trumpet:

I received this horn in April of 2005, when I was a freshman in high school. My trumpet teacher thought I was ready for a professional horn, so he did what he does with his other students that buy a new horn through him-- he play-tested about 10 different Bach Strads and chose the one he thought played and sounded the best. I'm now about to start my second year as a music major at CSULB and I've been very happy with this horn. The response is excellent; the tone can be mellow, but it can also be edgy when needed, while always keeping a good core. The lightweight horn/gold brass bell combination works nicely-- the gold brass bell keeps the tone from sounding overly harsh, which is what some lightweight horns are notorious for. I haven't had the chance to play as many different professional horns as I'd like to, but out of the few I've played (a handful of Strads, a couple Yamahas, and a Getzen), my horn is hands down the best.

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