What's up with this thing?!

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by shazib, Dec 19, 2010.

  1. shazib

    shazib Pianissimo User

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  3. shazib

    shazib Pianissimo User

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    Ahhh... I see.
     
  4. tobylou8

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    Up there with Monette price wise.
     
  5. shazib

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    Price wise... what about everything else?
     
  6. Peter McNeill

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    A visual Definition of UGLY.
     
  7. rettepnoj

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    Inderbinen are awesome trumpets. I have never tried the Inox, but the Alpha and Silverart...WOW. They are mostly used by jazz players, and offers tons of tone colours.
    Bauerfeind valves!

    When I visited his workshop around 2002, he had a trumpet made of three layers of brass! Wynton's old Raja would have been a light weight horn compared to that!

    He have also made other VERY interesting horns:

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    This is Lasse Lindgrens Snake Horn! Same bore as a trombone! Hughe!!!!!!!!!
     
    Last edited: Dec 20, 2010
  8. tobylou8

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    Really cool looking horns IMO.
     
  9. shazib

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    Unique!
     
  10. trumpetnick

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    Wow...I don't want to be the one who will have to look for a case for that thing.
     

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