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Weril ET9031
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The Regium line of trumpets, bugle and flugelhorn are fine instruments of superior quality and timber for demanding musicians. The highlight is the Flugelhorn Regium, which has been endorsed by top classical soloists at international presentations.

Bell ø 124mm (4 ¾”)
Bore ø 11,70mm (ML.460")
Stainless steel valves
First valve slide U hook
Fixed third valve slide ring
Nickel silver outer slides
D slide set (4 pieces)
Lacquer, silver or nickel plated
Pro case
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Bore (inch): 0.460
Bell (inch): 4.750
Valves: 3, Stainless
Website: http://www.weril.com
Keywords: Weril ET9031
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Review Date: 8/20/2006 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $700.00 | Rating: 7 

 
Pros: case, in tone, good response, very good value
Cons: craftsmanship

 
Case: Very good case with place for all what you need to take with you. (I think it is the same case as for weril b-flat trumpets).

Craftsmanship: This horn has a elegant form but it is not a beauty. Craftsmanship does not attain pro level.

Great player: Good response over the whole range, especially the lower range is fantastic due to its large bore of 11.68, but also the upper range responds very good even with a 1.5 c mouthpiece. The trumpet ist good in tone, at least as good as my former D/Eb (Selmer). However D-set is better in tone than Eb-set.

I don't know how it will be after some years, if there will appear problems due to the poor craftsmanship, but for the moment this horn seems a very good value.

If you want a real good looking horn for lifetime, I suppose you have to take the Kanstul CC923 from which this Weril-trumet is probably a copy.
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Review Date: 9/2/2006 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $700.00 | Rating: 7 

 
Pros: case, in tone, good response, very good value
Cons: craftsmanship

 
This review should replace the former one because I forgot some details.

Case: Spacious case with room for all what you need to take with you. I think it is the same case as for weril b-flat trumpets: Outstanding!

Craftsmanship: This horn has a elegant form but visibly craftsmanship does not attain pro level. Therefore it is not really a beauty.

Great player: Good response over the whole range, especially the lower range is fantastic due to its large bore of 11.68, but also the upper range responds very good even with a 1.5 c mouthpiece. The trumpet ist good in tone, at least as good as my former D/Eb (Selmer). However D-set is better in tone than Eb-set.

I don't know how it will be after some years, if there will appear problems due to a relatively poor craftsmanship, but for the moment this horn seems a very good value.

If you want a real good looking horn for lifetime, I suppose you have to take the Kanstul CC923 from which this Weril-trumpet is probably a copy. But if you need a good sounding horn at a affordable price, the Weril is really a good choice.
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Review Date: 5/11/2007 Would you recommend the product? No | Price you paid?: $800.00 | Rating: 3 

 
Pros: None.
Cons: Build quality, sound.

 
Well, I was extremely unhappy with this horn.

This was one of the deadest and dullest horns I have ever played. There was no good core sound, it was quite stuffy in the upper register, had a thin tone, it really is just a mess.

In addition, the workmanship on this horn was quite poor, certainly not what I would expect for a professional level instrument as this is advertised to be.

I did an A/B test with a friends Bach 189 Eb/D, and it was a joke, no where near the sound or quality of the Bach, and I am not even a Bach fan.

Fortunately, I was able to return this horn and shortly thereafter, bought my own Bach 189 Eb/D from Dillon Music for only $300.00 more. It is far superior to the Weril.

If the build quality alone for this instrument is consistent with the other instruments that Weril is producing, the resale value will be nonexistent.

Quite honestly, I will never consider buying a Weril again for any reason.
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Review Date: 5/29/2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: Good Price, Accesible Upper Register, Valves
Cons: Extreme dynamics difficult

 
I bought this trumpet second hand as I needed an Eb/D trumpet for my diploma studies. My first impression was that the upper register was nice and open and could play all the way to high D/E (on a good day) in tune with the proper air support. The valves are very nice and intonation seems to be good (although top space E and Eb must be false fingered and be careful to use the trigger properly on the low D and C#). I am using a Bach 1 1/4C mouthpiece and with this I can get a nice sound suitable for baroque or concerto work. The one thing I would say is it is essential to use proper air control when playing this trumpet, notes can crack if forced and the result is not pleasant so go for projection instead of sheer volume. Overall a very nice trumpet and I'm very happy with it. I compared it to a Bach Selmer equivalent and the sounds was just as nice to my ears with the only downside being the Bach was slightly more free blowing.
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