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Laskey Pinc Bb Trumpet
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100% of reviewers $3,800.00 10.0


The Bb Trumpets
ML Bore (.459)

Bell Option 1

This is presently our "standard" Bb. The bell is a traditional "37" style bell. The sound is vibrant and thick. While ideal for orchestral playing, everyone likes how it plays up in the upper register.

Bell Option 2--The Laskey-Pinc Design

A trumpet with this bell will remind you of some of the old classic trumpets. While initially bright to many, there is a unique quality to the sound of this bell. Commercial players love the thick brilliance, and with the right mouthpiece, it becomes an outstanding orchestral trumpet as well. In a recording we heard using this trumpet bell, both Ron and I were amazed by how much warmth comes through.
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Bore (inch): 0.459
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Review Date: 3/19/2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $3,800.00 | Rating: 10 

Pros: sound, easy to play, intonation, ergonomics
Cons: none

I own two Laskey-Pinc trumpets (Bb & C) and I am worried because trumpets this good only come along every few hundred thousand years...usually heralding something big like a new ice age or a meteor strike. I have two Mt. Vernon Bach trumpets and now they stay in the case as I am using the Laskey-Pinc's exclusively. I play in a major symphony orchestra and have recieved compliments from conductors and colleagues about the amazing sound these horns produce. I recommend that you buy these trumpets and then invest in canned goods and shotguns as the world may be coming to an end.

Chuck Lirette
Co-Principal Trumpet
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
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