Great alternative to the YTR4335

 

Great alternative to the YTR4335

Terra Bb Trumpet TR-4200G  Gold Brass bell and leadpipe.

Great alternative to the YTR4335

Upgrade instrument.

The TR-4200G shares many of the same qualities of  top-of-the-line professional models, like a rich full tone with accurate intonation and the ability to either blend with the ensemble or project a solo. It features Stainless- steel,hand lapped pistons for quick and reliable valve action, a gold-brass bell for warm rich tone. The entire inner bore taper from mouthpiece receiver to the bell has been scientifically designed for beautiful tone color, comfortable response, and as much sound as you want.

  • Intermediate Model
  • Medium-weight Bb trumpet
  • Gold-brass bell
  • Bell: 123mm (4-7/8″)
  • ML Bore: 11.65mm (0.459″)
  • Gold-lacquer finish

Christmas Stocking Filler Gift Ideas

Mouthpiece Brushes clean the interior of brass mouthpieces. Mouthpiece Cleaner removes dirt and sanitizes the surface of the mouthpieces.


Polishes restore the luster to instrument finishes; Lacquer Polish, Silver Polish, and Metal Polish (for nickel-plated or un-plated surfaces).


Tonehole Cleaners are ideal to clean out the waterkey holes of brass instruments.


Cleaning Rod and Polishing Gauze should be used to clean the interiors of slides, valve casings, and other straight tubing. Oil Grease Cleaner removes excess oil which can trap dirt.


Flexible Cleaners have a brush on the end of plastic coated flexible wire for cleaning hard-to-reach tubing and crooks. Brass Soap is a neutral detergent specifically developed for cleaning inside brass instruments.


Cleaning Swab and Mouthpiece Swab should be used to remove dirt and moisture from inside the instruments, slide and mouthpieces.

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About pollardtrumpets

With 46 years working in the music industry worldwide, his knowledge and experience stocks a comprehensive music store, the one stop shop for instrument advice, repairs, new and second-hand sales. Peter's apprenticeships with some of the world's leading craftsmen in Britain, the United States and Canada, have given him a thorough working knowledge of acoustical engineering and instrumental design creating a unique understanding of the instrumental needs of wind musicians. No longer will instrumental connoisseurs have to go to London when choosing and maintaining an instrument, when all their needs can be met in Manchester. A true Artisan, Peter has been fine tuning brass and woodwind instruments for musicians of the leading ensembles and institutions for many years, the Hallé, BBC Philharmonic, Royal Northern College of Music and Leeds College of Music and passing on his expertise in instrumental academy seminars in Scandinavia and Europe. A UK Brass specialist, Peter's skills have led to a growing demand for his custom range of brass design and parts, trumpets, flugels, cornets, bespoke lead pipes, bells, cork parts and mouthpieces. An exponent of 5 Star spa treatments for trumpets, a Pollard MOT involves deep freeze Cryogenic resonance restoration, ultrasonic cleaning, valve alignment and the application of his own patented valve oil 'Superfly' with a unique cleaning agent to ensure agile acrobatics when playing. 'Superfly' has now been licensed for distribution in the United States and Europe. Peter is the figure driving the sponsorship masterclasses and live music at Band on the Wall attracting stars such as Bobby Shew, Snake Davis, Ian Bousfield, Jigs Wigwam and Peter King, the Comedy Store, Liverpool's the Cavern Club and the Hallé, breath of fresh air for the region's live-music industry
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