What is the best brand of trumpets?

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Hitman0042, Sep 26, 2008.

  1. Hitman0042

    Hitman0042 Banned

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    ok i get you guys now. I like jazz so i want a jazz sounding trumpet.
     
  2. nordlandstrompet

    nordlandstrompet Forte User

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    :shock: Excuse me, but are you reading the posts backwards?
     
  3. Solar Bell

    Solar Bell Moderator Staff Member

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    Oh, NOW I understand!

    If you want a JAZZ sounding trumpet, try one of these:

    •AMATI Denak, Ltd.
    ______•Cerveny
    •Amrein
    •Bach •Baumann
    •Beck
    •Benge
    •Besson
    •Blackburn Trumpets
    •E.K. Blessing
    •Brass Sound Creation, Tomomi Kato
    •Buescher •Calicchio
    •Callet
    •Cerveny •Chicago Brass Works
    •C.G. Conn
    •Couesnon
    •Courtois
    •Antoine Courtois Paris •D.E.G.
    • Dynasty
    • Willson
    • Weril
    •D.T. Parker Winds
    ______•Cashel "crystal bell" trumpets
    •Dobberstein
    •Gerd Dowids
    •Eclipse Trumpets
    •Edwards Instruments
    •Egger Instruments
    •Exbrass
    •Flip Oakes Wild Thing
    •Finke
    •First Brass
    •Freebell
    •Galileo Brass
    •Getzen
    •Haagston
    •Holton
    •Hub van Laar
    •Thomas Inderbinen
    •JA Musik Group
    •Vogtlaendische Musik
    •B&S Challenger
    •Scherzer
    •Antoine Courtois Paris
    •Joseph Sternberg
    •Jupiter
    •Kanstul
    •King
    •Micheal Kordick
    •Kroeger Trumpets
    •Hans Kromat
    •Kühnl & Hoyer
    •L.A. Horn
    •Laetzsch
    •Lawler Trumpets
    •G. Leblanc
    • Leblanc Trumpets
    • Leblanc
    • Holton
    • Martin Committee
    • Courtois
    •Lechner
    •Josef Lidl
    •Marcinkiewicz
    •Martin Committee
    •MAX Trumpet
    •Donald Miles
    •Monette
    •Josef Monke
    •Music Group, The )
    • Besson
    •Musik Spiri
    •F.E. Olds
    •Phaeton
    •Posegger
    •Porcelain Bugles
    •Puje
    •Ricco-Kuehn / Ricco Kühn
    •Schagerl
    •Schilke
    •Martin Schmidt
    •Scodwell, Tony •Henri Selmer Paris
    •Shaffer crazy horns :wink:
    •Smith-Watkins
    •Steinway Musical
    • Conn-Selmer
    • Selmer
    • Bach, Vincent
    • Buescher
    • C.G. Conn
    • Benge
    • King
    •Stomvi
    •Eclipse
    •Taylor Trumpets
    •Thein Brass
    •V-Raptor
    •Romeo Adaci
    •Denis Wedgwood
    •E.M. Winston
    •Yamaha Band
    •ZeuS private-brand

    Those are Jazz sounding trumpets.

    ps

    If you should ever need a CLASSICAL sounding trumpet, PM me and I will send you a list of CLASSICAL sounding trumpets.


    -cw-
     
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  4. nordlandstrompet

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    Sorry, but you forgot to mention:

    York
    Cannonball
    Callichio
    Weril
     
  5. Hitman0042

    Hitman0042 Banned

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    omg thats heaps. Its the trumpet, but liek you said its the person that plays it.
     
  6. Zlatko

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    I'm pretty sure they're joking with you again. The sound comes from you. If you want a jazz sound, you'll have to decide what that sound is and then learn how to create it.


    Why DO people have so many guns? They CAN be reloaded.
     
  7. Hitman0042

    Hitman0042 Banned

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    yer i know there joking. I guess there is always a smart ass
     
  8. nosray

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    Yikes! Do I have to try ALL those horns to find the right one?:-o

    I guess thats the way research goes!

    Have fun Hitman!
     
  9. Hitman0042

    Hitman0042 Banned

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    lol i already researched them
     
  10. Solar Bell

    Solar Bell Moderator Staff Member

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    My post with all the trumpet brands was no joke, nor was it a smart ass comment.

    Every trumpet on that list has been used for jazz....every trumpet on that list has also been used for classical music.

    No joke...no smart ass comments.

    You want a jazz sound....listen to jazz and emulate what you hear. On ANY trumpet.


    This forum also has a search engine.

    Learn to use it.

    Quit acting like the poor victim and use this site to the best of your abilities.

    There is a lot of information to be gleaned from this site.

    -cw-
     

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