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Artist Select - Bach "Philly" C Trumpet 229 in Silver - 2016 - Free Shipping

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Top Bach C with the bold, powerful sound of a #229 standard weight bell.

The Bach Philadelphia C Trumpets are modeled after the trumpets sold to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra over 50 years ago, but have a standard weight bell that creates a darker, richer tone. The leadpipe is based on an original Vincent Bach design from 1947 and feature a .462-inch bore. A yellow brass body and #229 bell has a classic French bead flat rim which provides outstanding projection and tone. The "Philly C" trumpet also features a 1st valve thumb ring for easier tuning adjustment, and narrower bell to valve casing and valve casing to leadpipe braces for improved resonance.


FEATURES
  • Key of C
  • .462" bore
  • Standard weight #229 yellow brass bell with French bead flat rim
  • 1st valve thumb ring
SPECIFICATIONS

Philadelphia Series Stradivarius C Trumpet

  • Key: C
    Bore: .462" bore
    Leadpipe: #25 based on 1947 design
    Leadpipe Material: Yellow brass
    Bell: #229 hand-hammered with French bead flat rim
    Bell Material: Yellow brass
    Valves: Monel piston
    1st Valve Slide Adjustment: Fixed ring
    3rd Valve Slide Adjustment: Fixed ring with screw stop
    Features: widefoot bell to leadpipe braces, narrower braces at bell to valve casing and valve casing to leadpipe, thumb ring on first valve, narrow tuning slide
    Case: Deluxe wood shell
    Mouthpiece: Bach 7C
    Finish: Silver-plate
This horn was hand selected by trumpeter Benjamin Hay. Ben enjoys a very active career as professional performer and music educator. He holds degrees from Oklahoma State University(B.M. Performance) and the University of New Mexico(M.M. Performance). He currently serves as Artist Instructor of Trumpet at Northeastern State University and adjunct professor of trumpet at Tulsa Community College. He is pursuing a D.M.A. in Trumpet Performance at the University of Oklahoma.

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