[Ex-demo] Vincent Bach LT18077 B-flat trumpet

Vincent Bach
£RRP £4,199.00 £3,100.00
Ref: LT18077-DEMO
2 in stock In Stock



Products marked as 'ex-demo' are offered at a reduced price because they have been used for inspection, demonstration or marketing purposes by the manufacturer or seller. They are not factory-sealed, but are sold 'as new' and are subject to a full mechanical warranty. In some cases they may have a limited cosmetic warranty. Item-specific condition reports are always available.

The Vincent Bach 180 series B-flat trumpets are the most versatile available and the best selling professional trumpets in the world. The LT180 sub-series is designed for players seeking a lively trumpet with a brighter sound and quicker response.

The Stradivarius LT18077 ‘New York #7’ revives Bach’s 1930s lightweight #7 bell model with classic French-bead flat rim. It also features a #7 mouthpipe with 30s-style mouthpiece receiver, giving an instrument with the right amount of resistance for a quick response and great projection.

  • Clear lacquer finish
  • Large bore (0.462 in.)
  • Lightweight body
  • Lightweight yellow brass one-piece hand-hammered #7 bell
  • French bead flat rim
  • Vintage 1930s mouthpiece receiver
  • Monel pistons
  • Mobile 1st and 3rd slides
  • 1st slide thumb ring
  • Adjustable 3rd slide stop rod
  • C180 wood shell case

Click to visit Bach New York #7 web page

Also available in the LT180 range:

Bell model † Finish
37 Lacquer LT18037
Silver LT180S37
43 Lacquer LT18043
Silver LT180S43
72 Lacquer LT18072
Silver LT180S72
New York #7 Lacquer LT18077 (ex-demo)

† Bach bell models:
When Vincent Bach began manufacturing instruments in the early 1920s, his experiments resulted in over 70 different trumpet bell models, each numbered according to the ‘mandrel’ or mould it was shaped upon. By the early 1950s certain standard models had emerged, those we now know as #37, #43 and #72. The model #37 is regarded as the standard all-round bell, suitable for all styles; the #43 is broader, brighter and more open than the #37 (suitable for jazz lead); the #72 has a strong, powerful sound, darker than the #37 (but takes more effort to play than the #37 or #43).

Manufacturer’s website: conn-selmer.eu

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