"The new Bach C Trumpet has the traditional Bach sound – the special richness, depth and ring you can access throughout all ranges and dynamics. The newly designed 25M leadpipe increases evenness, intonation and response. This trumpet offers all the breadth of color and character in tone quality akin to vintage Bach horns"
Michael Sachs - Principal Trumpet, The Cleveland Orchestra
Newly designed #25 M leadpipe provides stability of intonation and slotting of notes
The regular weight #229 yellow brass bell with enhanced engraving has focused projection with the ability to color the sound
The two-piece valve casing offers better feedback to the player and more overtones in the sound
Vincent Bach “Symphonic Series” 1 ½ C mouthpiece, S6511HC4, (24 throat and 24 backbore)
Throwback shop warranty card included as a tribute to how Vincent Bach documented his Mt. Vernon horns
.462” large bore tubing
3rd slide pin stop
Sculpted wide footed bracing
Deluxe woodshell case, classic bach case design
Bach trumpets trace their history back to 1925 when master craftsman Vincent Bach introduced the first Bach Stradivarius professional trumpet. Today, Vincent Bach offers a complete line of USA-made student trumpets, intermediate trumpets, and professional trumpets. Each Bach trumpet is handcrafted using the highest quality brass found here in the Midwest region of the United States. Vincent Bach professional and intermediate trumpet models are made in Elkhart, Indiana while a full line of Bach student trumpets are made in Eastlake, Ohio. Each handcrafted Bach trumpet offers the highest degree of durability, unparalleled performance, and a signature Bach sound that is preferred by more professionals than any other brand for their musical instrument.
Vincent Bach combined his unique talents as both a musician and an engineer to create brass instruments of unequalled tonal quality. Often copied but never duplicated, Bach Stradivarius instruments today remain the sound choice of artists worldwide. The Bach C180 series trumpets have truly defined the sound of symphonic brass in symphony orchestras throughout the world.
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