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Kanstul 1525 Series Bb Flugelhorn 1525-1 Lacquer 

(1525-1 Lacquer)  Sku #468115000917000

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Copper bell.

The 1525 flugelhorn features a .421-inch bore that offers superb intonation throughout the entire range of the instrument. The rich, mellow sound of the 6-1/2-inch, one-piece, hand hammered copper bell makes this instrument ideal for jazz and all-around use. The Kanstul 1525 is designed to exceed the expectations of the most exacting professional artist.

Key:  Bb
Bore: .421-inch
Leadpipe: Bach Taper
Leadpipe Material: Nickel
Bell: 6-1/2-inch One-Piece Hand Hammered
Bell Material: Copper
Valves: Monel Pistons
1st Valve Slide Adjustment: N/A
3rd Valve Slide Adjustment: Trigger
Features: One-Piece Hand Hammered Copper Bell; 3rd Valve Slide Trigger; French Style Vertical Valve Slides; Monel Valves with Metal Valve Guides; Nickel Silver Slides; Nickel Leadpipe
Case: Deluxe Gladstone Hard Shell
Mouthpiece: Kanstul FB Flugel
Finish: Lacquer (Silver Finish Available by Special Order)
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Comments about Kanstul 1525 Series Bb Flugelhorn:

I read many positive reviews on the Kanstul 1525 flugelhorn before trying it. Even though there are many cheaper flugelhorns I consider the Kanstul a good buy. It holds its value and used Kanstuls are in demand. It was easy to switch from the Bb trumpet to the Kanstul 1525. It has a very mellow tone, and it is a beautiful and well-made instrument. I have a greater range on the Kanstul and the accuracy is excellent. I feel the flugelhorn is a better choice than the trumpet for more confined spaces and for music in the lower range.

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