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The new LR19043B ushers in a new era in the world of Bach Stradivarius. This marks the first time that bronze material has been used in the production of one-piece hand-hammered professional Bach bells. The LR19043B features a lightweight body and two-piece valve construction that provides a quick response. The open feel of the reverse construction #25LR mouthpipe combined with the new bronze material in the bell results in a very responsive, lively, yet full sounding instrument. The clear lacquer finish provides a subtle warmth to the overall sound. As beautiful to look at as it is to play, the LR19043B well suited for all types of music.
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Bore (inch): 459
Bell (inch): 5
Bell Type: Bronze #43
Keywords: bach mariachi lr190 43
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Registered: June 2012
Location: Oslo
Posts: 17
Review Date: 11/25/2014 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 8 

Pros: Sound, Intonation, Flexibility
Cons: Need some lungs

Looks is great, it has everything that a tasty trumpet needs, and the bronze bell is the key. Played with a big mp, it has a darken shine, yet crisp, plug in your leadpiece and it really zzzings. The only "issue" is that it drain your lungs... Im used to both large bores and big horn feel, but it seems I cannot tame this one in the long run. I cannot tame any Bachs Ive tried, but thats me... But apart from that, absolutely an excellent choice.
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