Getzen 3810 Custom Series C Cornet  

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An excellent choice for orchestral work.

The Getzen 3810 Custom Series C Cornet is the perfect choice for orchestral work. The 3810 Custom Series features a .460-inch bore plus a 4.75-inch one-piece yellow brass bell that offers unsurpassed intonation plus a responsive free-blowing design. The Getzen 3810 / 3810S Custom Series C Cornet includes a case and mouthpiece.

Features

  • Key: C
  • Bore: .460-inch
  • Leadpipe: Standard
  • Leadpipe Material: Gold Brass
  • Bell: 4-3/4-inch One-Piece Hand Hammered
  • Bell Material: Yellow Brass
  • Valves: Nickel Silver Piston
  • 1st Valve Slide Adjustment: Thumb Saddle
  • 3rd Valve Slide Adjustment: Fixed Ring
  • Features: One-Piece Hand Hammered Bell; Gold Brass Leadpipe
  • Case: Yes
  • Mouthpiece: Yes
 
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5.0

Wonderful sound!

By Murray Gordon

from evanston, Il 60201

Comments about Getzen 3810 Custom Series C Cornet:

I was sitting in the first balcony hearing a Lyric Opera performance of Berlioz' Damnation of Faust. The high brass sounded great. During intermission I went down to the pit and spoke with the trumpeters. They were using the Getzen C cornet! Perfect blend with the orchestra, perfect period sound, and a solid projection with great intonation. The principal said he used the Getzen because Getzen built "a real cornet," referring to the conical tubing characteristics and what it did for them.

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