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Leblanc T357S Arturo Sandoval Professional Bb Trumpet Silver
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Key of Bb. .463" bore; 5" specially drawn seamless bell; one-piece, multitapered brass mouthpipe; distinctive oversized thumb ring on 1st valve slide...Click To Read More About This Product
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Key of Bb. .463" bore; 5" specially drawn seamless bell; one-piece, multitapered brass mouthpipe; distinctive oversized thumb ring on 1st valve slide; unique one-piece reversed tuning slide; Amato-style waterkeys; 3-D Leblanc logo on the tuning slide brace; silver-plated finish.
- Key of Bb
- .463" bore
- 5" specially drawn seamless bell
- One-piece, multitapered brass mouthpipe
- Distinctive oversized thumb ring on 1st valve slide
- Unique one-piece reversed tuning slide
- Amato-style waterkeys
- 3-D Leblanc logo on the tuning slide brace
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Wow, this is really a great horn! And like many others I have to admit it IS a big dog horn. You need some serious air to play this baby, but if you have the fire power behind it this instrument can be EXPLOSIVE. It fits in well with concert bands, and is DEADLY in a jazz setting. Especially for lead part. What a great buy!
The diversity that this horn provides is amazing. I use it for concert band and find it easy to blend in, in that situation. I play lead in Jazz band and I love the flexibility and range it gives me there. And I did use it for marching band and you can really make it pierce out on the field when you want it too. A great horn, one I will use for years to come.
I love the playability, feel, and style of the trumpet. However, the valves have been a problem. I didn't expect any flaw with valves on a professional horn.
Excellent horn that was designed so free-blowing valves need a little work at first but then it's ok. Cool looking gold and silver mouthpiece.
I have played various horns, including Getzen and Martin. After playing every horn I could at a local music store in a blind test, I chose a LeBlanc T357. This horn is wonderful. Great intonation, plays in the upper register with ease. And works well for all around playing. I couldn't be happier with mine. I drag it around every weekend playing with my blues band.
After a few weeks of getting used to the different blow, this horn zings. It is capable of blending within a section or out-blowing the whole 200 piece marching band. I have used this horn on many occasions (marching band, jazz band, pep bands, musicals, etc.) but is best suited for jazz. Great smooth tone for solos and yet piercing lead sound. This is a big dog horn, feed it well and it will treat you well.
The horn feels great, plays very full, I love it. Also, the aesthetic features are superb. After a slightly tenuous break-in period of the valves, this horn is working out to be a treasure. The break-in formula was to frequently clean the valve bodies & bores, and use a slightly heavier valve oil.