The Bach Stradivarius tradition began in 1924, when the first Bach trumpets were manufactured. Since their introduction, musicians frequently referre...Click To Read More About This Product
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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