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Getzen 900H Eterna Classic Professional Bb Trumpet with Tilted Bell
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Originally introduced in the 1960s, the Eterna 900 rapidly became the most popular of Getzen's professional trumpets. During 40 years of production, ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Bringing back the classic design of the '60s Eterna 900.
Originally introduced in the 1960s, the Eterna 900 rapidly became the most popular of Getzen's professional trumpets.
During 40 years of production, subtle design changes altered the instrument's personality. Responding to requests from trumpeters, Getzen has returned to the original specifications and reintroduces it as the 900 Eterna Classic.
Exceptionally free blowing with excellent intonation, the Classic will serve working musicians and serious amateurs in a variety of musical contexts. This version is the same as the 900S Eterna Classic only with a tilted bell.
Key of Bb. .460" bore, yellow brass tilted bell, nickel silver mouthpipe, nickel silver inside tuning slides, 1st slide saddle, adjustable 3rd slide ring, lacquer finish. Hardshell wood case.
- Featuring the original design specifications of the popular 1960s Eterna 900
- Key of Bb
- .460" bore
- Yellow brass tilted bell
- Nickel silver mouthpipe
- Nickel silver inside tuning slides
- 1st slide saddle
- Adjustable 3rd slide ring
- Lacquer finish
- Hardshell wood case
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As a professional musician, presentation is a big part of the show. This horn never stops drawing comments. Mine is silver. The tilt bell projects the sound wonderfully. Free blowing and always visible above the crowd. Decent slotting - although not a screamer - but perhaps in the hands of another?
This horn was standard issue for Upperclassmen trumpeters in the Tennessee State University Aristocrat of Bands. This horn was such a pleasure to play that many of the upperclassmen didn't return them. I wish to purchase this horn again, in the silver splender that we used at State.