When I was a young child in fifth grade, my parents encouraged me to join the school band. The instruments I had to choose from included: the trombone, the trumpet, the clarinet, the flute, and percussion. The trombone interested me most. My bandleader felt that I would be better suited playing the trumpet.
My first trumpet was a beginner trumpet. When I pick it up today, it sounds pretty sorry! I now own a Vincent Bach silver trumpet that in my opinion is much easier to play and sounds more professional. This trumpet is an intermediate trumpet, and the silver provides an advantage to the sound. Besides being an attractive trumpet, silver plating slightly brightens the sound. Gold plating resists tarnishing and darkens the sound. I have given some thought to my next instrument, which I hope will be a professional trumpet.
I researched the following trumpets:
?· The 180 Series trumpet
?· The LR180 Series trumpet
?· LT180 Series trumpet
The 180 Series trumpet is the most popular of all Bach Stradivarius trumpets for good all-around playing. It features standard weight body and bell, and standard construction #25 mouth pipe. Most musicians prefer the 180
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