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.
Key of Bb
Vertical valve slides
3rd valve slide trigger
Includes case and mouthpiece
Reviewed by 2 customers
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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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