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King 2070L SGX
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Legend, Bb, .462" (11.73mm) bore, 4-7/8"(124mm) one-piece Sterling silver bell; 24K gold plated interior bell, slides and trim; deluxe engraving, monel pistons, 1st slide saddle, reverse leadpipe, rounded main tuning slide, heavy top and bottom valve caps, Modular Valve Weight (MVW) system, silver plate, 3C mouthpiece, 7900L deluxe case. Full warranty. (Model shown: 2070L-SP)
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Bore (inch): 0.462
Bell (inch): 4.875
Bell Type: 1 Piece
Bell Mtl.: Sterling Silver
Valves: Monel, 3
Website: http://www.unitedmusical.com
Keywords: King 2070L SGX
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Review Date: 12/5/2005 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: Large bore, Short throw valves
Cons:

 
I play a veriety of styles of music and this horn is ver versital. Has a good dark impressive tone.
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Review Date: 1/23/2006 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $1,057.00 | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Dark sound and valves are very good! Horn's good looking to boot!
Cons: No 3rd valve spit valve!

 
I just ordered it tonight.

I drove three hour drive to a music store that had a lot of trumpets! I think I played close to 30 horns. Out of the 30 it all came down to two.

I was looking for a dark rich sounding horn, I own a Bach 180S37 Silver Plated Stradivarius Bb Trumpet now and will sell it as soon as I get my King Legend Pro 2070LSGX in.

The darknest of sound is like day and night.

I am sold! It is also the best looking horn I have ever seen. I have gold trimed out my strad but the King Legend Pro 2070LSGX is GOOD LOOKING.
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Review Date: 8/20/2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: big dark sound, response is good low to high, can cut through if needed!
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I've been playing on this horn since it first came out circa 2005ish. I think I have one of the first horns out of production. I own a music store and have the opportunity to test this instrument against a lot of different models that come in for repair and have not yet found one I like better (overall). I use a Reeves dynamic mass 43C and it is a wonderful match with this instrument. Even though it looks like short throw valves they are not, just appear that way. Had the name been Bach this would've been a top seller for a long time. Every once in a while I think I need a better horn but keep coming back to the 2070LSGX.
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