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Outstanding Marching Trumpet!
The M503 Series are responsive and easy blowing horns that feature a single piece valve piston casings and a new valve guide system for superior performance. The Dynasty USA design team headed by Wayne Downey with assistance from Jeff Kievet, has crafted clear, responsive and easy blowing horns. Stronger, thicker bracing provides for a solid, quality-feel and sound and the hand-lapped valves provide a tight fit within the casing for smooth air flow, smooth action and to improve the response and intonation of the instrument. The M503 Series are designed for outstanding intonation plus heavy-duty bracing for reliable performance on the marching field.
M503 Series Marching Bb Trumpet
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I marched with the blue devils drum and bugle corps and it broke so easily it broke in half .It has 0 durability but if you want a great sound i recommend it for jazz concert etc. DON"t MARCH this if you don't plan on breaking it!
It is good looking and has a great surface!
I have used this model horn on the battle field of marching. This horn gave me great response and intonation and was a well adapted horn to march. I would recommend this horn to anybody that wants to have a free blowing and very precise horn.
I marched a Dynasty horn this summer and it never failed me. It is a durable, good sounding horn. In relation to it being stuffy in the upper register, all summer long I heard double C's and e's blasted on these things and it always sounded fine to me. I recommend this horn to anyone who needs or wants a horn that is extremely durable and can still produce a great quality of sound.
I found this trumpet to be stuffy in the extreme registers and didn't have much of a beautiful / lively sound characteristic to it. Since it is a marching horn, it is heavier & won't particularly fit well w/ younger marchers due to arm strength. However, I believe the Micro-tune system works really well & worth the $$. For reference: Blue Devils marched the micro-tune tpts in 2004, maybe 2003 as well & they sounded great. I just feel that since its thicker in metal [to make it heavier & more durable to marching pageantry] it is more difficult to produce in the higher registers.
I have the 468 bore and it is hard to play in the high register and it sounds stuffy.
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