We live in an era of outstanding trumpets from makers around the globe. With Edwards, Shires, Yamaha and others building top quality instruments, Bach stepped up to the plate and again hit it out of the park. They remain the leader for good reason: in recent years Bach has improved all their trumpet offerings, beginning with the Artisan trumpet line. You'll find Bach trumpets to be shinier, cleaner, more accurately built and consistent, and now more detailed in trim and design as well. You can find these improvements are available on a number of new models. These include the Bach Commercial, Anniversary 19037, 19043, and Centennial Bb trumpets.
This new Cleveland Model C trumpet is the first harmony trumpet in the 190 series, and we think you'll want a full set of these in your orchestra's brass section.
Vincent Bach combined his unique talents as both a musician and an engineer to create brass instruments of unequaled tonal quality. Often copied but never duplicated, Bach Stradivarius instruments today remain the sound choice of artists worldwide. The Bach C190 series trumpets have truly defined the sound of symphonic brass in symphony orchestras throughout the world.
In collaboration with Cleveland Orchestra’s principal trumpeter, Michael Sachs, the new model C190SL229 delivers the following key features:
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“The new Bach C trumpet has the traditional Bach sound – the special richness, depth and ring you can access throughout all ranges and dynamics. The newly designed 25M leadpipe increases evenness, intonation and response. This trumpet offers all the breadth of color and character in tone quality akin to vintage Bach horns.”
- MICHAEL SACHS, Principal Trumpet, The Cleveland Orchestra