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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Artemisia, Apr 1, 2009.
Does anybody here know them? *lol*
I do...so do Rowuk and Ed Carrol...and probably many others...what's the real question?
you are from Austria, the land of Schagerl and Lechner. The best advice is to go play them and let US know what you think. I am familiar with almost the whole range and will only say, make sure that you buy yours from a reputable dealer. My experience shows that you may need them within the first year.
Wtf is wrong with these trumpets? ..
let's just say that there are certain things in life that need tender loving care from time to time. I didn't say that anything was wrong with them. I just said make sure that you have a good dealer. Certain products are best bought from dealers that the manufacturer takes seriously. Schagerl is one of those products. I know of no exceptions.
Well, if I do buy a Schagerl trumpet, I'll buy it at their "headquarters" ... right in the middle of nowhere in Lower Austria. It's not that far away from where I live (about 1 1/2 hours by car) and given the fact that you're allowed to test the horn(s) by doing some test playing before purchasing, I guess it's worth the ride.