LAWLER Bb PROFESSIONAL C7 TRUMPET COMMITTEE STYLE
This brass is no longer for sale (sold on 2010-01-25)
Price : US $1,581.
Hey, it is closet cleaning time again, this is another one of the fine horns I own, I know to replace this horn today it would cost you more than $2500.00; and I can not find a mark on this horn, it is awesome. I also will have listed today my favorite Kanstul ZKT Flugel, and two like new GR mouthpieces, so check them out, and next week I am planing on listing one of my Bach Strad cornets, and a Yamaha LA Wayne Bergeron horn too.
The Lawler C7 (step bore horn), has the real studio sound of the 1950's, this horn gives you real control in the upper register and in the dynamic. The effort to go from soft to loud is minimal. The quick response is due to its hand building and stress relieved braces. Many players of vintage Martin Committee's have commented that the C7 sound is right on the mark but with modern intonation and feel. (Excerpt from the Lawler web site.)
Bell is M4RS, This seamless bell has a larger taper just like the Committee large bore model, and a 5'' rim, its 472 tail, a very open sound, with very quick response and clear and clean attack. A full warm tone with great forte impact. This horn is great for lead and solo work.
Leadpipe is a #2, it has an opening of .345, fast taper to bore. This has an open blow with wider note centers. Good intonation and very fluid slurs.
Bore size is LS (large step bore), starts at 460 and goes to 464 in the valve section ( let me tell you person
This brass is sold (sold on 2010-01-25)
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