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Inderbinen Studie
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Description:
The model "Studie" is one of our heavy trumpets with a weight of 1,8 kg.

The development ended in a very dark and distinct sound, which gives a stability as if driving on rails. The projection is extraordinary.
Over the whole range of the instrument every pitch is separated clearly from the other.



Over the whole range of the instrument every pitch is seperated clearly from the other.

Trumpet prototype
bore 11.89 mm
bell 130.5 mm


Played by
Marlon Jordan
Till Brönner

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Bore (inch): 0.468
Bell (inch): 5.138
Bell Type: 1 Piece
Bell Mtl.: Brass
Valves: Stainless, 3
Website: http://www.inderbinen.com
Keywords: Inderbinen Studie
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Review Date: 6/19/2009 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $4,800.00 | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: Amazing slotting, in tune, and WARM AS HELL!!
Cons: Weight if you like lighter trumpets, not this one

 
I have a 4 yr old Inderbinen Studie in raw brass, with the specs mentioned above. Never written a review before, but felt compelled after seeing so few reviews of Inderbinen trumpets. First, I played the Alpha models too and loved them as well, but went with the SUPREME slotting of the Studie model. It is a beast, weighing 1.8 KG. just under 4lbs. That being said, it is beautifully balanced to hold. While certainly it will require some time to get used to if you do not play heavy horns, but I have a difficult time putting this horn down. My previous main trumpet was a Taylor Chicago Bb and I loved that too, but the beautifully smooth and warm tones of the Inderbinen trumpets was the seller here. It has a modular set up, with the ability to change leadpipes and bell. Maybe I will have them make a second bell and leadpipe in the future, but I usually use a Calicchio for more lead situations. The Studie by far, is the most open blowing trumpet I have encountered and for Jazz settings, it will AMAZE you! Beautiful tone, can scream too, but never shrill or bright, just SWEET singing. You cannot play a bad note on this trumpet, it will not allow you to play out of tune. I will say no more, except try an inderbinen for a few days and you will no doubt be keeping it.
As for the build and craftsmanship, WOW. This handbuilt hand hammered horn, is like a damn ROLEX. I just polished it for the first time and the raw brass is just beautiful. The attention to detail is just amazing, all the screw brackets for the modular system are just beautifully crafted. I feel like I am holding a SWISS Watch!! The valves are fast and feel almost creamy if I could describe them. This is beyond playable art, as I love this horn. Thought about a Monette Prana, but played several of them, like them very much too, but man the slotting on this Studie is just mindblowing. The company description states. that the Studie, gives a feeling of “being on Rails” I second that in a big way. It looked so pretty after polishing that I was inspired to ditch my Reunion Blues bag and go for a new Marcus Bonna leather case.
I would say my next trumpet is an Inderbinen, but after being a trumpet junkie, I haven’t thought about one since the Studie and I have the chance to examine many new horns.

It wasnt cheap but ever feel like I paid too much. A little more than my Taylor was and less than the Monette, but absolutely of the same top custom quality if not better. This trumpet is a work of art!
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