F. Schmidt Trumpets

Discussion in 'Horns' started by swampy1, Aug 29, 2008.

  1. swampy1

    swampy1 New Friend

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    Hi All, I'm a "comeback player" and have found an F. Schmidt 37s very reasonably priced (about 4 years old). I cant find any info on these horns and would appreciate any help. I have a 1968 Reynolds horn (not a medalist) I bought new and played for 20 years and would like to upgrade. Thanks for any help and suggestions as to what other intermediate or pro horns are good choices. Thanks for your help!
     
  2. lmf

    lmf Forte User

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  3. zacarroll

    zacarroll New Friend

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    I have had one for a few years and I love it. I have played on a schmidt 37s and a bach and I prefer the schmidt
     
  4. trumpetup

    trumpetup Piano User

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    I have a F Schmidt flugelhorn that I am very happy with. I played their trumpets while I was checking out the flugel. They are a Bach copy and play very similar.
    -Bobby
     
  5. Cristina G

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    F. Schmidt trumpets are surprisingly well made for the price. I recommend the highly expressive M1836 for Mariachi or Salsa music.
     
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