|Rim shape||Manufacturer's description|
The pre-1970 (old style) No.1, with slightly smaller cup and wider rim than present model.
Large cup for powerful trumpeters. Compact tone of great carrying power.
|17.00||Medium wide, not too sharp||
Produces a scintillating, warm tone of large volume. For players with a well-trained embouchure. Comfortable rim contour.
|1½C||Medium||17.00||Medium wide, not too sharp||
Large diameter, medium cup – good for all-around use.
|2C||Medium||16.50||Medium wide, lowered toward the outside||
Large cup; powerful, brilliant tone. For players with a good embouchure.
A fairly large cup. deep The tone is warm and full.
Fairly large cup, good for all-around use.
|5C||Medium||16.25||Medium wide, well rounded toward the inside and outside, fairly flat.||
For players with a strong embouchure who do not like a sharp edge. The tone is lively and rich.
|6||Deep||16.20||Medium wide, not too sharp||
Produces a rich, clear tone of substantial body. Its rim shape was preferred by Vincent Bach. Comes with #24 backbore as standard.
|7C||Medium||16.20||Medium wide, lowered toward the outside. Medium sharp inside. Well-rounded edge with a perfect grip.||Probably the most widely used model in the world. Its brilliant tone is preferred by school musicians and by artists.|