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Bundy BTR-300 Series Student Bb Trumpet Lacquer 

(Lacquer)  Sku #463683000420000

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Just the right bore size and lots of great features.

The Bundy BTR-300 Student Bb Trumpet features a .460" bore with a red brass leadpipe designed for superior tone production. This trumpet also features sturdy construction with a main tuning slide brace, yellow brass slide receiver tubes, a first-valve thumb saddle, and an adjustable third-valve finger ring for easy intonation adjustment. The BTR-300 trumpet includes a mouthpiece and ABS hardshell case.


 

BTR-300 Series Student Bb Trumpet Specifications:

Key: Bb
Bore: .460"
Leadpipe: Standard Taper
Leadpipe Material: Gold Brass
Bell: 4.8" Two-piece
Bell Material: Yellow Brass
Valves: Nickel-plated yellow brass
1st Valve Slide Adjustment: Thumb Saddle
3rd Valve Slide Adjustment: Adjustable Ring with Slide Stop
Features: Yellow brass slide tube receivers
Case: Molded ABS Plastic
Mouthpiece: 7C
Finish: Lacquer
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BundyBTR-300 Series Student Bb Trumpet
 
4.0

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(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

good trumpet

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from Stockton, CA

Comments about Bundy BTR-300 Series Student Bb Trumpet:

good trumpet for the price point.

(19 of 20 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good for the price

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from Santa Fe, NM

Comments about Bundy BTR-300 Series Student Bb Trumpet:

Many reviews I have read compare this trumpet against features you'd expect on a pro trumpet, even though it is not meant to be one. Keep in mind that you get what you pay for. Also, I learned to play on a Bundy trumpet 30 years ago. This is not the same Bundy. The horn is made in China, not the US. That does not mean it is a bad horn, but it may matter to some. I bought this horn as a travel instrument for when I go on mission trips & it will fill that role well. The fit & finish are good, valve action is quite good. Intonation is OK. Time will tell if it is as durable as my 30 year old Bundy. It looks a lot like a Bach Prelude; I am not sure if the parts are interchangeable. The only thing I really do not like about it is the mouthpiece it comes with. It has a sharp inner profile that I find uncomfortable to play. That problem is easy enough to solve with a Bach or Yamaha replacement. Overall, I think this is a good instrument to start a student on, but you should plan to upgrade after a few years.

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