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David Oulton
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 7:19 am    Post subject: Not Quite Exhaustive List of Trumpet Brands Reply with quote

Manufacturers and Major Brands A-list?
•Amati Denak
______•Cerveny
•Amrein
•Bach (See Steinway Musical)
•Baumann
•Beck
•Benge (See Steinway Musical)
•Besson (See The Music Group)
•Blackburn Trumpets
•E.K. Blessing
•Brass Sound Creation, Tomomi Kato
•Calicchio
•Callet
•Cerveny (see Amati)
•Chicago Brass Works
•C.G. Conn (See Steinway Musical)
•Couesnon - phone at 0323835675
•Courtois (See Steinway Musical)
•Antoine Courtois Paris (see JA Musik)
•D.E.G.
______• Dynasty
______• Willson
______• Weril
•Destino by Doc Severinsen
•Dobberstein
•Gerd Dowids
•Eclipse Trumpets
•Edwards Instruments
•Egger Instruments
•Exbrass
•Flip Oakes Wild Thing
•Finke
•First Brass
•Freebell
•Galileo Brass
•Getzen
•Haagston
•Holton (See Steinway Musical)
•Hub van Laar
•Thomas Inderbinen
•JA Musik Group
________•Vogtlaendische Musik
____________•B&S Challenger
____________•Scherzer
________•Antoine Courtois Paris
________•Joseph Sternberg
•Jupiter
•Kanstul
•King (See Steinway Musical)
•Micheal Kordick
•Kroeger Trumpets
•Hans Kromat
•Kόhnl & Hoyer
•Laetzsch
•Lawler Trumpets
•Lechner
•Josef Lidl
•Marcinkiewicz
•Martin Committee (See Steinway Musical)
•MAX Trumpet by Charles Colin
•Donald Miles
•Monette
•Josef Monke
•Morrison Digital Trumpet (MDT)
•Music Group, The
______• Besson
•Musik Spiri
•NM Project
•F.E. Olds
•Phaeton
•Posegger
•Porcelain Bugles
•Puje - phone: 803.651.8337 by Bobby DeNicola
•Ricco-Kuehn / Ricco Kόhn
•Schagerl
•Schilke
•Martin Schmidt
•Scodwell, Tony (A.J.) (Pictures at Rayburn Music )
•Henri Selmer Paris
•Shaffer crazy horns
•Smith-Watkins
•Steinway Musical
______• Conn-Selmer
________• Selmer
________• Bach, Vincent
________• Benge
________• C.G. Conn
________• King
______• G. Leblanc
________• Leblanc Trumpets
____________________• Leblanc
____________________• Holton
____________________• Martin Committee
____________________• Courtois (?)
________• Vito
•Stomvi
•Straub
•Taylor Trumpets
•Thein Brass
•V-Raptor by Bob Reeves
•Romeo Adaci (see ExBrass)
•Warburton ???
•Denis Wedgwood
•E.M. Winston
•Yamaha Band
•ZeuS private-brand (Zachary Music), various manufacturers


Sackbutts and Natural Trumpets, et al
•Alexander Mainz
•Josef Dotzauer
•Bφhm & Meinl at Antique Sound Workshop Ltd.
•Ewald Meinl at Antique Sound Workshop Ltd.
•Naumann
•Frank Tomes telephone: 0181-542 4942
•Jόrgen Voigt


Recently(?) Deceased Links
•L.A. Horn
•D.T. Parker Winds
______•Cashel "crystal bell" trumpets


Aftermarket Products & Modified Horns?
• Harrelson Modified Trumpets
• go here...After Market


Inactive/Out-of-Business/Vintage
• Arigra (was a trade name use by Anton Riedl and is an acronym for "A. Riedl Graslitz)
• Bel Canto
• Blackbyrd - similar specs to the Bel Canto
• Boosey & Co. ceased trading became Boosey & Hawkes
• Buescher
• Elkhart Band Instrument Co.
• Hamilton ?
• Hanson
• Harry Pedler & Sons Elkhart Ind.
• Hawkes & Son ceased trading became Boosey & Hawkes
• Boosey & Hawkes (sold instrument division to The Music Group in 2003)
• Huttl
• Indiana vintage
• Keilwerth, Julius - only saxes now
• Lafayette
• LaFleur
• Medallion
• Nova: pre world war II, Novak Musical Instrument Company, owned by Locke in Los Angeles.
• Ohio Band Instruments company
• Pioneer
• Reynolds
• Salvation Army Cornets, Salvationist Publishing, Ltd.
• Silvani & Smith ceased trading
• Silvertone vintage; Conn stencil
• Slingerland
• Super Academy
• York
• William Frank company of Chicago


Unknown Pedigree B-Grade, C-Grade?:
• Allora private-brand / reputed manufacturer: B&S
• Antiqua Winds
• Atlantis (Costco)
• Baiers
• BandFolio
• BandNow
• Barclay
• Barrington
• Barth, K.
• Belcrest
• Bessons *not* Besson
• Bestler Likely asian
• Bethel German
• Brasswind
• By French Engineer
• By German Engineer
• By Italian Engineer
• By ....
• Conductor
• da Kaapo
• DC Pro "Made by French Techni????"
• Delphi
• Deura
• Dixon (see: Antiqua Winds)
• Eldorado
• FirstAct
• Gretsch re-branded Couesnon? Now guitars and drums
• Gold Crest
• Grand
• Rhythm Grand International brand / Hong Kong
• Hawk
• Heimer
• Huang
• Hwang
• Intex
• Iolite
• Jazz Studio New Delhi
• Jean-Baptiste, New York
• Kinstar Likely asian
• L.A. Sax
• Lamont
• Lark
• Lauren
• Laval
• Lazer
• Leslie
• Lyle
• Maestro
• Mahillon
• Marcato
• Marcus Martini
• Mario Corso
• Matt Raines
• Matt Stevens
• Maxam
• Maxtone
• Maxum
• Mirage
• Monique
• Morelli
• Nadiz
• Normandy
• Oxford Deluxe
• Palatino
• Paris Knighton
• Parrot
• Peace Best Music - Taiwan
• Raisons Brass Band - India
• Rossetti
• Ryton (China)
• Schenkelaars (see First Band)
• Simba
• SkyWay
• Souhegan
• Standell
• Steltz
• Stueben
• TIANJIN SONGLIN
• Victory
• Warrior Potato ? listed by: Trumpetplayeronline.com and RawBrass but links are dead
• Wexler
• Wurlitzer
• XINGHAI - China
• anything sent from India

Suggestions Outstanding (anyone have info on ?)
• Vega

other resources:
• Trumpet Guild - Makers
• Music Trades
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 7:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You can add "Hub van Laar". He's a Dutch custom trumpetmaker. Lots of dutch players use his horns, me too naturally!

http://www.hubvanlaar.com
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 7:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey HighQ,

Downtown Harlem, Wilma & Alberts? Are they still serving some of the best steaks around??

Hub van Laar - Wish I would have been on my comeback trail a few years ago, would have loved to visit his shop. Looks like he has quite a nice selection...

Dankuvel (sp?), B&B
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 7:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

How about Inderbinen, and Lark?

p.s. "Warrior Potato"? Really?
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 8:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

DEG
Willson
Gretsch
Indiana (vintage)
Silvertone (vintage; Conn stencil)

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 8:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Inderbinen ( http://www.inderbinen.com/ )
Amrein ( http://www.musik-amrein.com/product/instrument/instrumente.htm )
Baumann ( http://www.blechblasinstrumente.de/index.html )
Cashel (might be out of business...website down. "crystal bell" trumpets)
Galileo ( http://www.galileo-brass.de/guide.htm )
Latzsch ( http://www.laetzsch.com/ )
Scodwell ( http://www.rayburnmusic.com/scodwell.htm )
Wedgwood ( http://www.deniswedgwood.com/ )

And there's one more German one that I can't find the link for...they have trumpets and flugelhorns which are absolutely WILD in appearance (a couple of rods bracing the outer rim of the bell back to the bell throat!) (undoubtedly prices to match!)

Plus probably a whole bunch of others if you want to get into rotary valved trumpets.

*sigh*...so many choices, so little $$$.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 9:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Darby. Made by Blessing for Jim Darby who owns Capitol Music in Montgomery Alabama. Bb and C models available.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 9:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lechner - http://www.musik-lechner.com/lechner_pages/bla_body.html
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 9:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Don't forget Reynolds and the Elkhart Band Instrument Co.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 10:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Puje.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 10:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Schagerl....an Austrian builder, with very wellknown players using his trumpets (mostly German and Austrian symphony players). If I were to use german rotary valve trumpets, I would get one there!

http://www.schagerl.at/

I know Bob Findley is playing Hub's flugelhorn. I can definitely recommend his Bflat and C trumpets too. I'm the proud owner of one of his C trumpets. It hasn't failed me once. Great intonation, sound, projection, etc. for a normal price, regarding it's a totally custom built order.

I will try the steak from Wilma and Albert in the near future, if I can find the place I don't come to Haarlem as much as I used to. I'm more a spareribs-Gauchos style lover.

P.S.:almost right it's Dankjewel!
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 11:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 11:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Taylor trumpets have a great website at http://www.taylortrumpets.com.
They also produce a very good promotional CD featuring their trumpets and flugelhorn -- alas no recordings of the interesting looking cornets!
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 11:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mattel -- they have some cute little plastic ones...


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 11:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ya, so does fisher price: http://www.epinions.com/Fisher_Price_Trumpet_Rattle_71982_Toys
Do you have a URL for the mattel trumpet?

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 10, 2002 12:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

David you bum... You trumped me again!

I just spit out Mattel off the top of my head...

I didn't think, to look for a link, because I stink -

I stand in awe... B&B

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 11, 2002 6:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

While brands are being thrown out...
a friend of mine plays a trumpet called Baiers. It is a German brand. I have looked for a website, but come up empty handed. I think it is a bach strad knock off!

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 11, 2002 10:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

B&B:

Joke's on me. Fisher Price is a division of Mattel

http://www.mattel.com/about_us/Business_Units/bu_infants.asp

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 11, 2002 11:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another defunct German Co. Huttle
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 12, 2002 8:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

So we've made our list of most manufacturers. Should we list the major brand lines for each (e.g. Bach Stradivarious but not all the permutations...)? and can anyone help?

or more fun, how about we place *'s beside each. I vote the Strad as a four-star standard and we go from there... (Is a WT five?)

David


[ This Message was edited by: David Oulton on 2002-12-12 11:41 ]
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