1S/9

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  1. nowherenearadouble

    nowherenearadouble Pianissimo User

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    Has anyone played a 1S/9? How does it compare to a 1s/2?
    Alan
     
  2. MPM

    MPM Pianissimo User

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    I've played 1s-2, 1s-7, and the 3-9 (ml bore) but not a 1s-9.

    In reading the percieved playing charateristics ... I would think it would be very free blowing.
     
  3. Larry Gianni

    Larry Gianni Piano User

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    Alan,

    Calicchio is coming out with a new website soon and here are the descriptions of the 2 models trumpets plus the 2 different leadpipe descriptions that will appear on the site.

    1s/2

    “Trompetta, di tutti trompettaâ€. This is how Dominick described this model. With its strong, rich, focused sound, well-known Calicchio characteristic efficiency, an open upper register, and quick response, the 1s/2 lends itself to today’s demanding trumpet playing needs. It will easily let you lead a section with its effortless, projecting tone quality, play a solo with its lyrical, haunting sound, or sit in a section and blend with any and all you meet. This model gives you excellent resonance in every register and a rich palette of focused overtones at any volume.


    1s/9

    With the free blowing #9 leadpipe and the combination of the very efficient 1s bell, this combination give the player a rich, broad sound, but with that big, dense core of sound that all Calicchios are noted for. It still has a quick response and sonorous, overtone-rich sound to it, but the very open upper and lower register that can bring new heights to you playing.

    #2 leadpipe

    This is the world-renowned leadpipe---great for any situation. Its unique design gives the player the ability to play at any volume and still keep a lightning-quick response to the attacks and a large, focused sound with any bell.

    #9 leadpipe

    The #9 is our most free-blowing leadpipe. It still gives you complete control of the trumpet, but allows the player to play at any volume with ease and comfort, yet always giving the sound a broad, gorgeous quality. If you like room to blow, yet still need a sharp, smooth attack, then this is the choice.


    These are rough draphs, so they may change slightly when completed but it gives you an idea of the differences.

    Larry
     
  4. nowherenearadouble

    nowherenearadouble Pianissimo User

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    Thanks
    Thats what I was looking for.
    Alan
     

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