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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Sethoflagos, Sep 19, 2013.
I went googling for Ganter and couldn't find a website. I presume they're no longer in production?
One of my buddies has a Cannonball Lynx Model and it is a nice horn. They are definitely pro quality horns, I've played on 2 different ones and they do sing. They are open horns and very well built. They are only like 8 years old though, so they haven't earned a reputation yet. I will say though that in about 20 years, they could be reputable.
Voila, or as they say in the orchestra restroom, Viola!
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Wow!!! I shoulda had a V-8!!!!
Yes.... This is true...
And by the way... I do.
I don't know if this is the same as Holton or not, but doesn't Leblanc still make trumpets and flugelhorns?
For a learned physician... I am so concrete, that you can drive right over me.
As if!!! Did they EVER!? Like
No, Hermann Ganter retired in 2002 and sadly passed away a few years later. But his instruments live on (I've got the last hooter he assembled with his own hands, before locking up shop for the last time). Franz Josef Traut learned his trade from him.
As far as I can tell, the only Leblanc badged instruments in current production are clarinets