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Geneva Alpha
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This trumpet was specifically designed and built for the serious student player, delivering a superb high quality instrument that represents great value for money. The nickel silver lead pipe gives the ‘Alpha’ a wonderful bright sound, this lead pipe features a very even taper from start to finish enhancing greatly excellent intonation qualities. The Alpha’s 5” bell and large round throat gives the trumpet a rich mellow sound in the low and middle register. The lightweight steel valves will give you years of effortless speed and accuracy with minimal maintenance.
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Bell (inch): 5.000
Website: http://www.genevatrumpets.com
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Review Date: 5/10/2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: Well built, good feel
Cons: None

 
I've just bought an Alpha for my son for his birthday. He is probably the happiest 12 year old on the planet at the moment. The quality of this student trumpet compared to Yamaha etc. is second to non. It feels, looks and plays like a professional instrument and will see him through all of his school playing and beyond. This is the second trumpet I have bought from Tim (I bought a Platypus for myself last year) and it won't be the last.
If you read some of the negative reviews on this forum, don't believe them!! Geneva Trumpets are the best you can buy.
Thanks to both Tim and Tom for excellent and friendly service.

Allan Guy
Lead Trumpet - Atlantic Soul Messengers
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