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Bach 197 Stradivarius New York #7 Series Bb Trumpet
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The Stradivarius New York #7 trumpet brings back for the first time in decades the lightweight #7 bell with its classic French-bead flat rim that was...Click To Read More About This Product
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A special-edition reissue of a 1930 Stradivarius.
The Stradivarius New York #7 trumpet brings back for the first time in decades the lightweight #7 bell with its classic French-bead flat rim that was popular during the '30s. It also has a #7 mouthpipe with '30s-style receive. Other features include a .462" large bore, first and third slide rings, a third slide stop assembly, semiprecious stone finger buttons, brightsilver-plated finish, gold-plated slides and trim. Includes a deluxe double case and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
- Key: Bb
- Bore: 462-inch
- Leadpipe: #7 Taper with Vintage 1930's Style Receiver
- Leadpipe Material: Yellow Brass
- Bell: 4.8-inch #7 Taper Lightweight 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 Adjustable Slide Stop
- Features: Single Brace Tuning Slide; Standard Water Key; Semi-Precious Finger Buttons
- Case: Specially Marked Double Case
- Mouthpiece: Bach 7C
- Finish: Silver with Gold Plated Slides and Trim
A beautiful version of a great trumpet combining historical features with modern Bach performance. Order this rare instrument today.
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This trumpet is incredible, I've owned it since 2006 and ended up with the 99th one they made. It has great sound to it and I couldn't be happier about my choice in my Bb horn. This is definately my horn of preference.
This trumpet is truely amazing... I have owned one for over a year, and it still sings like a brand new trumpet. Not only is it beautiful, but it is harder to scratch, scrape, or ding/dent than many others. I am in marching band and have to put the horn on the ground or bleachers all the time, and there isnt ascratch on it. I am a lead trumpet player for my school and it is because of this trumpet. I think EVERYONE should invest in this trumpet. THIS TRUMPET IS AMAZING. Best sound. Period. This is a trumpet EVERY player should use. It makes hitting higher registered notes easier and more efficient, and A LOT more in tune. For instance: The Low D On a Trumpet is HORRIBLY sharp. If you kick out the 3rd valve key and play like you normally do, I got that note down to be in tune--10 cents sharp the most........it averages around 25-40 cents sharp.....thats AMAZING, this trumpet is awesome...ALL PLAYERS SHOULD HAVE IT... All bands should have it. People always in a band have trouble with the trumpet section because---hitting upper register notes is not an easy task. This trumpet makes it so that you can hit those notes easier and play them more in tune... EVERYONE INVEST IN THIS TRUMPET, YOU WILL NOT BE SORRY!!! IT IS AMAZING!!!
I Just purchased my own New york #7 and I am extremely pleased with the results. I 100% agree that not only are the notes in the higher register easy to slot, they stay amazingly in tune. I use the Bach Megatone 3c mouthpiece with this trumpet which gives the horn a very dark and powerful tone. This is truly a beautiful horn. I recommend this trumpet to the serious intermediate to advanced players out there.
I am an intermediate trumpet player and wanted to lift myself to a professional level. I bought the Bach #7 New York a month ago and already feel like a professional player. What a fantastic instrument with a wonderful rich sound. I can't put it down, even when my lips can't take it anymore.
I have had the pleasure of playing a Bach New York #7 for the past two weeks. Having just purchased a different horn I didn't think I'd be interested. I was going to give my opinion to someone who had one on trial. Like I said that was 2 weeks ago. I have been playing my lips off since then. It's hard to put it down. It has a centered, focused, rich sound and it gives a lot back to the player. You can make this horn sing. I can see why the originals were so popular.I'm probably going to sell my other horn and buy one.
I really like this trumpet, I have very complaints about it. The only thing that I didn't like when I got it was that it didn't have the reverse lead pipe. The Features were great and the trumpet itself was great.
I just purchased the New York # 7 a week ago and I find it to be a delight to play. I have played a Bach 43 for the past couple of years, which is a great instrument as well. However the ease with which one can go up the register on the New York # 7 with very little force required is dramatic. I understand Bach has only made 2005 of these limited edition horns so if you are looking for a new one, do not wait too long.The horn just "sings."
The New York #7 horn by Bach is one of the finer horns that I have played. From the moment I put the horn to my lips till the time I put it down, I felt as if I was playing on a very "open" feeling one. When I started to ascend into my higher register, the intonation remained the same so I liked that part. The overall look of the horn is great too, with its gold finished slides and such. I am in the process of purchasing this horn and reccommend it to any serious lead trumpet player.
This is a great trumpet, I have owned one for over a year. This is truly a beautiful horn with a rich sound and intonation. I recommend this amazing trumpet!