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Lawler C7
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100% of reviewers $2,350.00 10.0


The new Lawler C7 offers the player the same advantages as the Model T from the standpoint of hand built quality at an affordable price. Many players asked me for a model that is step bore and easy to play with a warm full sound. The result is the Lawler Model C7. Its step bore will allow for a full open bottom and very centered top. Its constuction and design is very much inspired by the Martin Committee trumpet of the 40's and 50's. Right down to the square bends and open tapered two piece yellow brass bell. The new four piece bell braces allow for a more modern response. The even tapered leadpipe also aids in a more modern feel and intonation.

The Lawler C7 in raw brass $1700.00

Brush Lacquer,Silver plate,Gold plate are available.
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Bore (inch): 0.464
Bell (inch): 5.000
Bell Type: 2 Piece
Bell Mtl.: Yellow Brass
Valves: 3, Nickel Plated
Website: http://www.lawlertrumpets.com
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Review Date: 10/18/2005 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $2,350.00 | Rating: 10 

Pros: Very open, very responsive
Cons: non noticed

I play lead trumpet in a 30's-40's swing/big band.
This horn fits perfectly. It replaces my B6 Schilke. The response is great. It has a nice dark sound in the staff and blowing it easily. When I push it, it really lights up! Bright and crystal clear.
You cannot over or under blow it. It is just as easy to play softly as it is to play loud.
It is the best trumpet I have ever played.
Roy did a satin gold finish and the horn looks as good as it sounds!
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