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Warburton Trumpet

Price:
$3,096.00
Shipping:
$50.00 (Fixed shipping cost)
Metal:
Leadpipe:
Bell:
Bore Size:
Quantity:
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Product Description

We are pleased to announce the availability of the new Warburton by Blessing series of professional trumpets. The first production run showed us they are consistent and of a quality befitting the Warburton name.

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Leadpipes:


Diameter
1 Small
2 Medium
3 Large
4 EV - Extended Venturi


Bell Options:

Material Diameter (inches) Weight Flare
1 Yellow Brass 5 Light Large
2 Red Brass 5 Standard Standard
3 Yellow Brass 5 Standard Standard
4 Gold Brass 5 Standard Large
5 Gold Brass 5 Light Large
6 Red Brass 5-1/4
Standard Large
7 Yellow Brass 5-1/4 Light Large
  Titanaium 4-13/16 Light  


Bore Size Options:

  Diameter (inches)
ML 0.460
L 0.465
XL 0.470

Our model number format is:

  • 1st digit = Leadpipe Option
  • 2nd digit = Valve Section (all of them are "3" - meaning we're currently using our third generation valve section)
  • 3rd digit = Bell Option
  • bore size option
Examples:
  • 131-ML has the small leadpipe, yellow 5 inch bell, and medium large bore size.
  • 234-ML has the medium leadpipe, gold brass 5 inch bell, and medium large bore size.
Here are our most popular models for these playing styles:

Playing Style Model
Lead / Commercial 131-ML or 33T-ML
Lead / Extreme Upper Register 234-ML or 33T-ML
All-Around, Commercial / Orchestral 335-ML
Orchestral 336-L

Other configurations are available on request. Please contact us to discuss options, pricing, and availability.

Why does the Warburton Trumpet play so much better than the others?

There's actually many reasons - however one of the big reasons is the Warburton "Slot Receiver". Many players already know about the "gap" and the role it plays with all trumpet/mouthpiece combinations. Careful attention paid to finding the range of gap measurement which works well for your particular mouthpiece and trumpet solves many issues some players never realized they were fighting against.

Seeing the impact the gap has on playability, Terry Warburton decided further experimentation with this area of the trumpet's air stream was worth looking into. After examining and modifying many other horns, it became evident there was significant value in having a consistent cylindrical area between the gap and the beginning of the tapered leadpipe. This concept has evolved into the Warburton “Slot Receiver” - a standard feature exclusive to the Warburton Trumpet.

One of the first things players notice about the Warburton Trumpet is how easily the notes slot into place, and the locked in feel of the note - throughout the entire range of the horn!


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