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Since I've only had trumpets with standard water keys, I guess they are my favorite.
'67 Olds Ambassador
I like my saturn key the most, and then I like standard style. I like Amado the least.
You mean there are three people on here who are too lazy to Google "saturn water keys"? Do you need help breathing when you play trumpet? Here's the scoop, but I'm not going to read it out loud for you.
Wedgwood Brass - saturn
Vintage Olds and Reynolds and Selmers, yes sir, yes sir, two gazoos full.
Aubertins, Bessons, Calicchios, Courtois, Wild Things, Marcinkiewicz, Ogilbee Thumpet, DeNicola Puje, Kanstuls, etc.
Well Some say saturn water keys run rings around the rest. I've only had standard so I don't know any different
I prefer standard water keys. I have amados on my Jupiter Flugelorn that don't work worth a crap (but that might be the flugel's fault). I don't really like the look of the Saturns.
I don't really care, as long as the spit flows freely .
All my current horns have traditional lever keys. I have no problem with them, and the horns play fine, even with all that nodal interference and turbulence...
I did have a pair of Amados put on an old Ambassador I customized, and it was cool that you could just pinch both at the same time to empty the trumpet. They were fine as long as they were oiled occasionally.
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