Pocket Trumpet Details
Body Material: Gold Lacquered Brass
Piston Material: Stainless Steel Valves
Finish: Gold Lacquered
Bore Size: 11.6mm
Bell Diameter: 101mm
Weight: 2.25 Pounds
Weight with Bag: 3.4 Pounds
Fiber Cloth: Yes
Battling Blades specializes in metals. As a result, all of our instruments are made with extremely high-quality materials. We pride ourselves on our metal quality and only use the highest quality brass and steel for our instruments. We believe this quality and design produces best sound possible in its class.
About Our Instruments
We have several versions of each instrument:
Standard: Beginning/ student trumpet. This is the entry level to our brand. These instruments are designed to allow the user to produce an initial sound.
Intermediate: These instruments are more fine-tuned than standard instruments but are amazing all-around trumpets. These instruments have some specialized features, but still encompass a broad range of genres.
Professional: Our highest level and quality instruments. These are the best instruments available in the marketplace. These instruments function as all-around trumpets unless otherwise noted.
About Pocket Trumpets
The pocket trumpet is a standard B♭ trumpet that is produced with the tubing wound into a smaller coil than a standard trumpet, generally with a smaller diameter bell. The trumpet is a brass instrument, or brass wind instrument, commonly seen in classical and jazz ensembles. The trumpet group ranges from the high register piccolo trumpet to the bass trumpet, the lowest octave trumpet.
Trumpet-like instruments have been used as signaling devices in battle or hunting. Historical finds date back to 1500 B.C.E. or even earlier. Their use as musical instruments began in the late 14th or early 15th century. Trumpets are used in art music styles, such as orchestras, concert bands, jazz ensembles, and other types of popular music.
There are many types of trumpets. The most common is pitched in B♭ (a transposing instrument). This instruments commonly has aa tubing length of 4 ft 10 in, (1.48 meters). Modern instruments generally have three or four valves to change their pitch. Most trumpets have piston valves, A musician who plays the trumpet is called a trumpet player or trumpeter.
Pocket Trumpet- Beginner- Student Instrument- Gold Brass- Standard