Great intermediate flugelhorn.
The CHF1025 features a no-nonsense tradional design with classic flugelhorn sound and superb intonation. It is easy blowing, compact and light. Available in Lacquer or Silver.
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I had been playing jazz on a .460 Getzen flugelhorn for 16 years, and after too many birthdays was looking for something a little easier to blow. After trying a Yahama 631, I tried and preferred the Kanstul 1025 with it's .405 bore. It's nicely in tune with itself and slots easily with less effort whan the above horns. It has a great sound, not quite as dark as some others. Complaints are that it arrived with a dent in the bell and I negotiated a discount for that. (otherwise 2-month wait for a replacement). The lacquer finish is kind of sloppy, but of course doesn't affect how it plays. So far very happy after 3 months.
After an extensive horn safari lasting almost five years I settled on this (the 1025) flugelhorn. I started with a Yamaha 631G, switched to a Kanstul 925 – to a Stomvi 5926 – to a Kanstul 1025 – to a Kanstul 1525 – then back to the 1025. ... The blow is exceptional and the sound blends beautifully in any jazz setting. I settled on this horn after playing some of the best, and most popular, flugelhorns available. The sound is classic 'French Besson' – not too dark or throaty. This is the one!
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