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Bach 189 Stradivarius Series Eb/D Trumpet

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Bach's Soprano trumpet has an easy high register enabling the use of open harmonics and avoidance of cross-fingerings. This results in a clear, brill...Click To Read More About This Product

Available 11-21-2017

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Bach's Soprano trumpet has an easy high register enabling the use of open harmonics and avoidance of cross-fingerings. This results in a clear, brilliant, and freely responding tone. This soprano trumpet features a .459-inch bore plus a#239 taper bell, and an additional set of slides to change the pitch to the key of D. Includes a case and mouthpiece.

  • Key of Eb / D
  • .459" bore
  • 4.8" one-piece, hand-hammered, yellow brass #239 taper bell
  • Monel piston valves
  • Includes set of D slides, case, and mouthpiece
  • Key: Eb/D
  • Bore: .459"
  • Leadpipe: Standard
  • Leadpipe Material: Yellow brass
  • Bell: 4.8" #239 taper, one-piece, hand-hammered
  • Bell Material: Yellow brass
  • Valves: Monel pistons
  • 1st Valve Slide Adjustment: Thumb saddle
  • 3rd Valve Slide Adjustment: Fixed ring with slide stop
  • Case: Wood shell case
  • Mouthpiece: Bach 7C
  • Finish: Lacquer or Silver-plate
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Comments about Bach 189 Stradivarius Series Eb/D Trumpet:

The Bach D/Eb horn is one of the sweetest sounding Strads I've played. It is excellent for wedding music and performing soprano arias where you want a lighter singing tone than a C trumpet yet more body than a piccolo. I've also used it for the more delicate symphonic work where grace and elegance are needed over sheer power. When ordering this trumpet, choose the standard "EL" for solo or combined solo and light symphonic playing, or "EXL" if you are primarily looking for an open symphonic horn to supplement your C trumpet. I recommend standard silverplate or optional goldplate for beauty and resonance. Additionally, the Bach shop can build a horn for you with a factory third slide water key which is a great feature to have. Other options are available such as a #229 bell flare for a broader sound, heavy weight bell for more power in symphonic settings and deluxe engravings if you want a nice personal touch to your horn.

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