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Bach Vincent Stradivarius Bb 43/72 Light

Trumpet from Bach Vincent .

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Super big sound but must ensure

Bach Vincent Stradivarius Bb 43/72 LightPublished on 08/15/12 at 07:03
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it since 1996.
I have tried a lot including a Bach branch of my money before 43/72 light.
When I play alone, the sound is superb with a large grain without being garish.
on the other hand as there are people around and to be given much I crack in the treble.
The value for money seemed correct.
This trumpet is too big for my small level. So I keep it to work for but do not go out in concert or beef that I'm much more comfortable with my Bach 198 or my Yamaha 8335LA
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  • Manufacturer: Bach Vincent
  • Model: Stradivarius Bb 43/72 Light
  • Category: Trumpets
  • Added in our database on: 07/05/2012

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