Bach LR180S-43 Stradivarius Professional Bb Trumpet

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Beautiful industry standard professional trumpet.

The Bach LR180S-43 Stradivarius Professional Trumpet is tuned to the key of Bb. It has a portable lightweight body, .459" medium-large bore, 43 bell, 25LR (reverse) leadpipe, Monel trumpet valves, and a silver-plated finish.

Please Note: All Bach trumpets and cornets come with 1st valve slide hook, 3rd valve slide ring, case, and mouthpiece, unless otherwise specified.

  • Key of Bb
  • Lightweight body
  • .459" medium-large bore
  • 43 bell
  • 25LR (reverse) leadpipe
  • Monel valves

LR180S-43 Stradivarius Professional Bb Trumpet Specifications:

  • Key: Bb
  • Bore: .459" Medium-Large Bore
  • Leadpipe: #25LR Reversed
  • Leadpipe Material: Yellow Brass
  • Bell: 4.8" #43 Taper, One-Piece, Hand-Hammered
  • Bell Material: Yellow Brass
  • Valves: Monel
  • 1st Valve Slide Adjustment: Thumb Saddle
  • 3rd Valve Slide Adjustment: Fixed Ring with Slide Stop
  • Case: Zippered Cordura Covered Wood Shell Case
  • Mouthpiece: Bach 7C
  • Finish: Silver-Plate
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BachLR180S-43 Stradivarius Professional Bb Trumpet

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The best, well-rounded trumpet that IS worth your money

By belltrumpetplayer19

from Undisclosed

Comments about Bach LR180S-43 Stradivarius Professional Bb Trumpet:

I have been playing on the Bach Strad for more than 8 years. It is one of the best trumpets you CAN afford, but CANNOT afford to refuse buying one.


1. It looks AWESOME! When I got it, it was literally shining. Just a beautiful sight. Looks much better in person than on a computer screen.

2. Everything that Bach made on this horn is 99.9999999999(etc, etc, etc)% perfect. ALL parts of the horn are evenly balanced so you can make a million dollar sound.

3. Tone and pitch is extremely easy to adjust. The trumpet WILL adjust to YOUR playing needs and expectations.

4. Assuming that you have an embouchure and physique to play the trumpet really well, the Bach Stradivarius will sound the same EVERYTIME you play it. Even if you change mouthpieces, still the same.

5. Response is phenomenal. For every range possible and every note possible.

I can assure you that 70% of all trumpet players in my university are playing on a Bach Strad. And maybe in your local college/university too. The pros listed above makes this trumpet extremely diverse, so you can play it over a variety of styles. Satisfaction is guaranteed and this could be the last trumpet you might ever buy again. You can either get this trumpet and be better than how you sounded yesterday, or stay safe, but at the bottom end of the trumpet section.

Too good to be true? Try it out yourself. That's all I can say.

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Great Horn

By Mark-Eqkqf

from Pittsburgh, PA

Comments about Bach LR180S-43 Stradivarius Professional Bb Trumpet:

I have played this horn for over 2 years and find it to be a delight to play. Extremely good projection and fast action. It is a good all around trumpet.

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very good

By Isaac-r5tNt

from Huntington

Comments about Bach LR180S-43 Stradivarius Professional Bb Trumpet:

This horn is the best I have played. The high restister is just as good as the low. This is my fav. horn out of all the Bach trumpets, and a few others. It plays easy, with a very good tone.

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