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Prelude TR711 Lacquered Student Trumpet

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  • Genuine Vincent Bach 7C mouthpiece
  • Adjustable third slide finger ring
  • 4-3/4" two-piece yellow brass bell
  • Two water keys
  • Clear lacquer finish
  • Yellow Brass Bell
  • Red Brass Mouthpipe
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Product Description

The Selmer TR711 trumpet is an instrument that, from inception through production, focuses on the needs of a beginner trumept player. The perfect combination of strong durable materials and delicate precise craftmanship make the TR711 an instrument that will withstand the rigors beginning band programs and still maintain a sound in keeping with the Bach reputation. Combining a 0.459 medium-large bore with a red brass leadpipe, Selmer has made the Prelude trumpet a free blowing horn that allows the player to move between registers seamlessly. Nickle silver valve pistons provide smooth action while the nickle platting helps to prevent wearing and pitting from constant use. Designed as an affordable option for beginning band students, the Prelude series of entry-level instruments combines value and performance. All instruments are built to stringent specifications and supported by our ongoing commitment to service. Each outfit includes instrument, necessary accessories, and care maintenance instructions. Features: Genuine Vincent Bach 7C mouthpiece Adjustable third-slide finger ring4 3/4 two-piece yellow brass bell Two water keys Clear lacquer finish Bach valve oil Enclosed top-action valve springs Hard-shell case First slide thumb hook Professional musicians worldwide recognize the Bach name for outstanding quality. The same American craftsmen that build the professional Bach Stradivarius instruments also create the intermediate and beginner Bach models. Using many of the same materials and methods as the Stradivarius line, Bach trumpets, cornets, and fluegelhorn represent an outstanding value.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 24 x 12 x 12 inches ; 8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B003DQ141C
  • Item model number: TR711
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,280 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 18, 2008

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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By DEADEYE1958 on April 1, 2011
This Instrument is a Chinese Made cheap horn. I strongly suspect that it is the EXACT same horn that Sam's and Walmart sell under the First Act brand. The valves are slow and sticky, and there doesn't seem to be any amount of cleaning and oiling that will help. Quite frankly, as a Bach Strad owner, I hate to see the Bach name associated with something like this...It's like Steinway putting their name on a cheap electronic keyboard. OBTW, "Bach" actually does not appear anywhere on the horn. Instead, buy a used Bach TR-300 or TR-600. You'll get a MUCH better trumpet made here in the USA!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Dan Y on November 23, 2012
I have read some nasty things about this horn not only here but in other forums. I just have something to say...I have owned one of these for over 10 years. My folks bought this horn for me when I started band in the middle school. All I have to say is that the horn doesn't make the musician. I played this same horn from middle school all the way through high school competitively with no problems. I performed very well in the band, and was very successful in most competitions. Some people say my sound was very unique and crisp, but I couldn't hear any difference. Just saying that while in the band for many years, there were more expensive horns in the lower ranking chairs...the horn doesn't make the musician, especially for beginners. The case is also very durable and perfect for beginners and younger kids.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By GLC on August 28, 2010
I have played a professional Bach Stradivarius trumpet for over 30 years. I recently bought one of these for my niece to start band. She is only a 5th grader, so I did not want to spend a lot of money on a trumpet. This instrument is excellent for a beginning student. It plays well and sounds great. No, it is not a Stradivarius, but you are also not paying $3,000.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kairi on February 3, 2014
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Bought as a beginner trumpet for middle school band. It's a Conn-Selmer, quality seems more than fair.had to also buy a 5B mouthpiece separate since that's what her school wanted. She is consistently praised for having excellent tone, in the top 25% of her class, so it's status as a "beginner" instrument doesn't seem to hold her back against the other $1200 "Student" grade horns.

The case is decent. It has shoulder straps to make carrying it easier, but it lacks a significant amount of storing space inside for things like cleaning and maintenance supplies. We had to arrange everything like a puzzle to get all her things to fit.

*READ THE INSTRUCTION SHEET* The valve pistons and cylinders need to be broken in. Mainly consists of having to clean the valves and pistons every day (of use) for a month to clean out the metal debris . Early on valves were not behaving super smooth, valve 2 on ours was a tiny bit slower to spring back up. After about 1-2 months it cleared up and now the valves perform beautifully.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By 420 on August 5, 2012
And It still plays just fine . It is obviously not as good as the strad. But Im in marching and honors band and orchestra and it has been an amazing horn for all three. You really couldnt get a better trumpet for a better deal.
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15 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly A. Daniel on October 5, 2009
I played and still own a Bach Prelude Trumpet. I have had my horn for over 27 years, and it is still one of the best on the market! If the quality is still the same as it was when I first got mine, you are getting an excellent, quality, horn! This one will not disappoint in any way, form, or fashion. The valves never stick, (of course with proper maintenance), and it has great tone. I highly recommend this trumpet for the beginner, although it can very well be played through intermediate, up to professional.
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So far so good. Could I have bought a cheaper one? Sure. My daughter loves this one. And her music teacher is pleased too.
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