Nice Raw Brass Vintage 1938 Henri Selmer Paris Grand Prix Trumpet. Features adjustable rod for playing in A. Grands Prix trumpets were Selmer's venerable top-of-the-line flagship. 460" bore, first valve Triger, and was the artist model, evidenced by the "Qualite Artisitique (Artist Quality) located at the top of the bell engraving.
The 20B Artist Model has heavier walled slide tubing thus reducing the inside diameter by. This changes the resonance of the horn and provides a more dense and centered core. The 20B also sports a slightly heavier bell that likewise adds to the purer sound of the 20B.
It has the ability to cut through a section, but balances well with the other horns. Its tone is lush, dense, rich, centered, focused, and somewhat warm as one would expect from a top-of-the-line Paris trumpet built from high quality French brass.
When pushed, it can become quite bright with a sophisticated edge and complex overtones. The 20B is a medium weight 2 lb. Free and open blowing, medium bore trumpet that is easy to play.And exhibits awesome flexibility and responsiveness. The horn has 4.80 Bell and superb intonation and laser slots.
Another issue regarding misinformation pertains to the mouthpiece receiver stampings. This trumpet has the following marks, and are interpreted as follows: BB = Bb pitch, MB = Medium bore leadpipe, LP = Low pitch, 20 = denotes a particular leadpipe.
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