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Model P5-4 Bb Piccolo Trumpet

P5-4 Bb/A Piccolo Trumpet

  • M Bore – (.450”/11.42mm)
  • S Bell – (4”/101.60mm) #8 Taper
  • (Offered with a single mouthpipe for the key of Bb and A with a cornet receiver.)

The definitive piccolo trumpet in construction, design, and sound.  The P5-4 piccolo trumpet is the reference standard for all piccolo trumpets in the world today.  Characterized by its exceptional intonation and even “feel” throughout the range of the instrument, this classic  model provides a superior tone quality and is the preferred choice of the professional  orchestral musician and soloist.

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Model P5-4BG "Butler/Geyer" Piccolo Trumpet

P5-4BG “Butler/Geyer”

  • M Bore – (.450”/11.42mm)
  • S Bell – (4”/101.60mm) #8 Taper
  • (Offered with a single mouthpipe for the key of Bb and A with a cornet receiver.)

The P5-4BG offers a modified slide design originally created for acclaimed trumpet professors Barbara Butler and Charles Geyer, currently on faculty at the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University.

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Model P7-4 Bb/A Piccolo Trumpet

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Model P7-4 Bb/A Piccolo Trumpet (Silver)

P7-4 Bb/A Piccolo Trumpet

  • M Bore – (.450”/11.42mm)
  • S Bell – (4”/101.60mm) #8 Taper

The P7-4 is an excellent choice for the performer looking for a freer, broader blowing piccolo trumpet and is ideal for both symphonic and solo performance. Blending exceptionally well with larger keyed trumpets, this model features a full 180 degree radius bell bow and is  configured with a first valve saddle, third valve slide ring, and two mouthpipes in Bb and A.

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P5-4MA-Set-up-on-BlackAdditional Options

“MA” Option:

Removable 4th valve slide.

Optional half tone bow (shown in “gold”) to place the instrument in ‘G’ with 4th valve depressed.

Available Finishes:

  • Silver Plate
  • Gold Plate

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