That's a great looking trumpet. It looks quite expensive though, and I don't think you should spend that much money on a Bach.
Musikhaus Bertram in Freiburg, Germany should offer some good prices: Musik Bertram Freiburg - Willkommen
You might want to check out the B&S trumpets--they are made in Germany, and in my opinion their Challenger series is a better Bach than what Bach makes.
"A tool good enough to be so used and not too good"C.S. Lewis That Hideous Strength
The Bach LR180S-43 H would have a reverse leadpipe, and a 43 H (heavy) bell. The Standard LR comes with a regular weight bell which is probalbly more balanced with the horn. Another alternative for him is The B&S JBX trumpet. It has a reverse leadpipe, and a 43 bell, and is a great copy of the Bach. http://www.challenger-trumpets.com/Bb.php#JBX . They are made in Eurpoe.
Thanks a lot for answers. I will contact Music house in Freiburg for info about trumpet.
Also, I'll tell a friend for B&S JBX trumpet.
Where I can find in Europe music store with lots of trumpets to choose? in Freiburg? or Gewa Milano maybe?
..there is also Thomann Cyberstore -lots of trumpets!
Thank you for Thomann store.
But I have one question?
Does this model, V.Bach LR180S-43H, does it exist? because I didn't find it in catalogue.
The Bach H (heavy) bells are special orders. I'm not sure they offer them anymore. I may be wrong. The B&S JBX will be close, and you can get it in silver. I'm sure that you can also find Stomvi trumpets (Stomvi) around Europe, since the are located in Spain. The are also very good trumpets.
I founded that Vincent Bach Stradivarius are now made in Korea, not in USA. Is that true?
And does anybody knows, how can I find contact information Thomas Hoyt, trumpeter?
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