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Monette 2000LT Bb
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100% of reviewers $7,000.00 10.0

 

Description:
Features:

Our lightest instrument.
Free, easy upper register.
Great projection.
More secure response than other light instruments.
Good blend with conventional instruments.
The B-flat model can be used with either our standard-weight or LT lightweight mouthpieces.
5 1/8" diameter bell.
This model is the lightest instrument we have ever made, and is extremely easy to play! The low register really “barks,” and yet for most players it has the best extreme upper register of any Monette instrument. With our “ovate” shaped tuning slide and bell bends, this trumpet has a more consistent and secure response than other instruments of the same weight. The added security along with a less stuffy feel is a wonderful combination for players who need a light instrument, or an instrument that blends easily with other players using conventional instruments. This instrument has a 5 1/8" bell, and is available in raw brass, bright silver, or brushed 24k gold finish.
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Bell (inch): 5.125
Bell Type: 2 Piece
Website: http://www.monette.net
Keywords: Monette 2000LT Bb
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Review Date: 3/7/2004 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

 
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I tried out an LT when I went to Dave's shop to buy a mouthpiece. I spent 90 min with Dean Comley, Dave's MPC maker, and he helped me choose a perfect MPC for my style of playing. As I was leaving, he says "oh, you're not getting out of here without playing one of our horns..." I tried a couple out, and was not really impressed. The new MPC had added a third to my range, and I could reach a reliable double B on my Holton ST 302 and Monette MF 2 MPC> On the LT, double C took about the same effort as my previous G. I had worked hard to save up the $200 for the MPC, now my head was spinning trying to figure out how I was going to come up with six grand for this friggin' horn. The LT is a dream... a WET dream. If 6 Gs is in your budget, you'll never need another horn again... unless, of course, you need another Monette.
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Review Date: 10/19/2006 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: Extremely easy to play
Cons: Expensive

 
A while ago I played my teachers 2000Lt and it was great. It felt as if there was nothing in my hands. It was the most easy comfortable trumpet I had ever played.
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Isaias Jimenez
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Registered: March 2012
Posts: 33
Review Date: 8/9/2016 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $7,000.00 | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: EVERYTHING
Cons: $$$

 
Ive probably had about 30 trumpets in the 22 years i have been playing.
this is by far the best trumpet out of all of them.

you will always read on forums how monette trumpets don't blend well with other trumpets, well here's why: cause its such A BADASS SOUND.

the projection is amazing, intonation perfect, it plays everything perfect.

this is a great medium bore, fit perfect for every situation.

the sound has such a big fat core that makes every other trumpet sound thin and weak. lol

so happy with this purchase, Ive had it for about two months now and its amazing.

Ive had harrelson, schagerl, bach, courtois, olds, yamaha, schilke, but this is one that i will never sell.

if you find one get it, its totally worth the money
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