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Cecilio 2Series TT-280PL Purple Lacquer with Monel Valves B Flat Trumpet

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Cecilio 2Series TT-280PL Purple Lacquer with Monel Valves B Flat Trumpet
Cecilio trumpets are not only great sounding, they offer many advance features that are not found on similarly priced instruments. They are responsive and easy to play, thus making them the ideal choice for any level of players, especially the student musicians. The 0.46" bore and 0.5" bell allows the player to produce a full bodied, deep and rich tone with relative ease. Advance features like 1st and 3rd valve tuning slides provide an instrument that is easily intonated. Our recent upgrade to Monel pistons in our Smooth Action Valves on 2Series trumpets offer even more features that are unique at this price level. Monel is series of stainless metal alloys, primarily composed of nickel and copper, with some iron and other trace elements. It is resistant to corrosion and acids and is typically much more expensive than stainless steel. Pistons made of Monel steel are often used in professional trumpets because they retain precision fit and smooth action over many years.

Every trumpet is play tested at Cecilio's factory and re-inspected at their Los Angeles distribution center to ensure that their high quality standards are met. All of Cecilio's 2Series trumpets come with a newly upgraded, plush lined nylon covered hard case and include a 7C mouthpiece, valve oil, a polishing cloth, and a pair of white gloves to keep your instruments spot free when not being played. They offer a variety of finish and plating options to meet anyone's aesthetic and tonal needs. Cecilio trumpets are simply amazing instruments at amazing prices.
  • Beautiful high-grade purple lacquered finish
  • Phosphorus copper lead (mouth) pipe
  • Faux mother of pearl inlaid buttons
  • Smooth action valves with Monel pistons
  • 1st valve slide thumb saddle
  • 3rd valve slide with adjustable throw ring
  • Key of B flat
  • Bore size: 0.46"
  • Bell size: 5"
  • 1 year warranty against manufacturer defects
Included accessories
  • Pro-deluxe durable plush lined nylon covered hardshell case with backpack straps and zipper pocket (case may be different from picture shown)
  • 7C mouthpiece
  • A bottle of valve oil
  • Soft cleaning cloth
  • A pair of white gloves

For limited time only, purchase this product and receive a FREE $39 chromatic tuner with metronome.

Cecilio 92-D Chromatic Tuner with Metronome

Cecilio Chromatic Tuner 92-D features
  • Chromatic tuner function with 8 octave tone generator
  • Guitar, bass, violin, and cello tuner function (viola is the same as cello)
  • Metronome function with simulated traditional pendulum motion
  • Tempo range of 30bpm to 230bpm
  • 1/4 inch input jack and 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Volume control
  • Large 2 1/4 inch LCD display screen
  • Battery powered (two AAA batteries included)

Current Reviews: 2

Customer Reviews:
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by Cindy Levesque
Date Added: 01/07/2010
Well I am in grade 8 and I love playing the trumpet so when my old trumpet got kind of worn down after only 2 years (it was one of three in the local instrument store so not good quality) so I kind of began to look around and I saw this and i thought for my age a purple trumpet is the COOLEST thing. So I ordered it and then when my music teacher found out he warned me that the brand may not be reputable. So i worried for a bit but when I got it, it was AWESOME. The keys were a bit sticky though, but nothing valve oil and usage won't fix. Over the christmas hoilday I played it and it sounded (well obviously) new and unbroken in. Now that I use it in band class i'm getting a MUCH better sound than my old one! And not to mention everyone in my class is insanly jelous! I can't wait to play it during a performance! I would deffinatly reccomend this for a beginer or any recreational player. It's a great instrument with a GREAT style!!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars [5 of 5 Stars]
by C. Karsanac
Date Added: 10/05/2008
So, there is always a fine line. "Do I buy something cheap in case my son/daughter hates it" versus "is it so cheap that it doesn't work and my son/daughter has problems even learning." Well, I bought this for myself. I played trumpet from 4th-8th grade. Now that I'm 32, I've decided to pick it up again. Let's go through my checklist... Does it work? Check. Does it sound like a trumpet? Check. Is it unique looking. Check. Okay. So far so good. Even though I haven't played in years (and years and years...), I can tell that this is not made to the highest of standards. But, the keys all work and I haven't had problems yet. (I've had it for a month or so.) Just like a cheap "beginner's" guitar, cheaper instruments are generally harder to play. I definitely feel as though this instrument takes a little more oomph to play and the sound isn't crisp and it fades at lower volumes. However, making it harder in the beginning makes it easier as you progress. SOOOooooo, if you are buying this for a first time player, I think it will do the job. It looks cool and functions properly. But, start saving your money for a better instrument as soon as you buy it. I know I'm definitely going to "out-grow"/out-last this instrument in a year or so. At that time, I'll be willing to spend $300 on a better instrument. If I start to have problems with it from a mechanical standpoint, I'll definitely add it to this review.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars [4 of 5 Stars]

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