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  1. Very interesting... I have never heard of eBay pulling a trumpet like a Celicio, or other similar overseas brand before...
  2. Divitt Trumpets are lovingly built in Toronto, Canada by Ewan Divitt. Each trumpet is built to order using Getzen valves and Taylor bells. Each model is designed to give the player the best balance of feedback and projection to handle any playing environment. During the design process, the trumpets were tested on dozens of gigs by Ewan and any other trumpet player willing to take them for a spin
  3. I ran across this recent video from Trent @ Austin Custom Brass. Great video resource to show the differences / similarities of the majority of harmon mutes out there today. I found this very interesting, think you will also!
  4. Peter Game Mutes - Hand made professional quality fibre mutes
  5. Mutec Mutes - Created to enhance the sound of the professional and amateur musician from their first note to the first chair.
  6. We've added another "fun" feature to TrumpetForum.com. Now you can see where your fellow TrumpetForum members are from. We only ask what city where you're located - nothing specific to your specific street address. You choose your city during the registration process, and you can always change yiour city, by editing your profile, from the drop down menu in the upper right. Check our member map today, but clicking on the menu item on TrumpetForum.com.
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  8. The International Trumpet Guild connects you with over 4,000 members in 56 countries who seek to improve the artistic level of performance, teaching, and literature associated with the trumpet.
  9. Greg Black Mouthpieces "A Commitment to Excellence through Superior Craftsmanship"
  10. Thanks, after a little work with Google APIs, we finally got it working correctly! You can see it working perfectly, under our Directory for locations that have addresses! Thanks - theTrumpetForum team
  11. After all the years (I played a Getzen in high school in the 1980s), I'm still surprised about the lack of awareness of Getzen trumpets and trombones. Great trumpets (& great valves) for many people out there, while many are just focused on the two big trumpet brands... (B, Y)
  13. HN White - The maker of King Band Instruments 1893-1965
  14. Puje Trumpets - Compact without Compromise
  16. How does it play? I've seen a few before on eBay, but have never known anyone that had one & liked it.
  17. Mute Mate for Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn
  18. Every stand symbolizes a solution; inspired by musicians like you, from all over the world, to give your instrument the respectful rest it deserves. Ground-breaking development, refined construction and leading global function are the three guiding principles of HERCULES STANDS.
  19. Browse around and you will find Hundreds of Custom-Designed Guards that are Hand-made with the finest materials cut and sewn in our shop by Larry Black (Atlanta Symphony trumpet for 33 years, retired), our guards have become known as the highest-quality products available world-wide. We are a small family company making very specialized items - our products are not churned out by a factory, but made by hand. Products are crafted with care on a one-by-one basis, so we cannot always fill your order quickly.
  20. ERGObrass support systems makes playing comfortable, effective and healthy.
  21. Welcome to the Buescher Loyalist
  22. I ended up selling the John Heald trumpet this past week. The trumpet played great, used a cornet size mouthpiece shank. I'm continuing my search for early trumpet/cornets that play well.
  23. Metzler Brass is a brasswind repair and restoration shop specializing in vintage and professional quality brasswinds. With 35 years in the repair industry, Mark is known for his quality restorations. From simple repairs or regular maintenance to complex major restorations, customers all over the US and beyond choose Metzler Brass!
  24. Great resource for early cornets.
  25. Pocket Cornets - The World’s Largest Virtual Museum of the Smallest Cornets and Trumpets Ever Made!
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