Bore: M (11,43mm/0.450")
Bells: #18 (97mm/3.81")
Bells material: Bellflex gold plated & Copper silver plated
Leadpipes: #8 & #9A
Valves material: Monel
Valves section: Yellow brass
Trim kit: Gold plated
Fourth valve tone slide included
Finish: Silver plated 1000 thousandth
Mouthpiece: 7E Classic
Upon request: Titanium trim kit / gold plated finish / large shank leadpipe #21 & #21A
TheStomvi Master piccolo trumpet evolved from the product first created more than 30 years ago whenStomvi embarked on the adventure of creating high quality innovating instruments. Naturally, the Master range has evolved over the last three decades and, far from withdrawing from the market, has become established as modern instrument, with his own personality, characterized by his versatility, power and acoustic quality. It has a deep rounded sonority and it produces a rich resonant tone full of harmonics.
The Master piccolo trumpets feature two bells, two lead pipes and a main tuning slide, each one with their own separate numbers. With this design, the air runs very smoothly without any interruptions, the sound is very accurate and the flexibility is great in the upper and lower range. It´s perfect when there´s no need to play aggressively but accurately.
Those musicians who choose the Master range obtain an instrument that can respond to their requirements thanks to the possibility of choosing materials and alloys. The great unrivaled versatility of these trumpets allows the musicians to play different musical styles, changing lead pipes, tuning bows and bells according to their interpretative needs.
The Master trumpets are unique in terms of concept and stay far from the stereotypes in order to achieve a distinctive sound. Furthermore, their sound quality, flexibility and tuning make them excellent tools for chamber music as they blend exceptionally well with other instruments in an ensemble.
Piccolo in Bb, with leadpipe 8
Piccolo in Ab, with the leadpipe 8 and the tone slide (pressing the 4th valve)
Piccolo in G, with the leadpipe 9a and the tone slide (pressing the 4th valve)