Bb Trompete Bach Stradivarius 37S 180ML
Vincent Bach developed his trumpets early in the 20th century for American musicians who were looking for something better; he started out in a small shop, and then moved to the legendary Mount Vernon workshop in upstate New York. The instruments are now produced in Elkhart, Indiana using Bachs original blueprints. Bach Stradivarius trumpets have long been associated with playing of the very highest level, indeed the name 'Stradivarius' was originally given as a nickname because players were so impressed with the quality and sound. The 37 bell has a centred, punchy tone and can project easily across the concert hall, it is equally at home in a big band or a symphony orchestra as one of the best all round trumpets. Specifications: Yellow brass 4.5" bell with number 37 taper 0.459" medium large bore (11.66mm) Clear lacquer finish Supplied in hard case with Bach 7C mouthpiece.