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Mambo Titanium XL Bore Bb Trumpet

(2 customer reviews)

$4,200.00 $3,000.00


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The Stomvi Mambo Titanium Bb Trumpet is an extra large bore with a deep fat sound that can sizzle up top.

The Stomvi Mambo trumpet is great for:

–Commercial lead playing
–Jazz ensembles
–Dixie and Brass band
–Concert and Symphonic Band
–Chamber ensembles
–Professionals, Enthusiasts, and Advanced Students

 

The Mambo Titanium offers the classic sound and feel of a traditional extra large bore trumpet in an updated package. The big warm sound can easily be brightened up to get plenty of cut when needed. The Mambo Titanium responds quickly, plays even and in tune in all registers and maintains a full core of sound at any volume. This is due to our advanced acoustic design. (see who plays Stomvi).

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The Mambo Titanium offers the classic sound and feel of a traditional extra large bore trumpet in an updated package. The big warm sound can easily be brightened up to get plenty of cut when needed. The Mambo Titanium responds quickly, plays even and in tune in all registers and maintains a full core of sound at any volume.

Additional information

Weight0.3 lbs
Dimensions3 × 1 × 1 in
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Leadpipe

#1 with Ovate (Round) Tuning Slide

Bell

4.88” Gold Plate BellFlex Alloy #27

Bore

XL .470"

Pistons

Monel – Hand fit

Slides

Hand fit

Waterkeys

Improved Amado style

Finish

Silver Plate

2 reviews for Mambo Titanium XL Bore Bb Trumpet

  1. M. Atkinson

    In 1978 when I was 10 years old my folks bought me a used Olds Ambassador for 5th grade band. I played the daylights out of that horn for 10 years, then put it away. I dutifully kept it in various closets for the next 26 years. I stumbled into a community band then joined an Honor Guard. It was time to move up from the Olds. I looked around for a while and decided it came down to a Bach Stradivarius or a Yamaha Xeno (both excellent to be sure). But then a Stomvi Mambo Titanium found me. As soon as it was in my hands I knew it was something. Just the look and feel were incredible. It was perfectly silver from the bends to the buttons. The balance defied gravity and the valves practically moved themselves. The air blew from the mouthpiece straight out the bell with nothing in between. Incredible. This trumpet has a big easy voice that sings a lullaby then calls the room to attention. The potential living in this horn is well beyond my ability, but at least I’ll always have a goal.

  2. Steve Russo

    I’ve been playing trumpet for 35 years now. Some of the pro brands large bore or XL trumpets I’ve played over the years; Bach (briefly), Yamaha, Benge, and MEHA Besson (circa 1980). The Stomvi Mambo sound is big and rich. Nice (medium dark) full tone in the in the lower and middle range of the horn. However, when I get into the upper range, the horn opens up with a big bright sound that cuts through the band. I don’t know how Stomvi does it but, I get this big bright sound (over the band)
    without having to push really hard. Hence, increasing my endurance on gigs. It’s the most free blowing horn I’ve ever played. Moreover, the quality of the build and personal customer service from Stomvi is unsurpassed. I highly recommend you try the many different models Stomvi has to offer. When you call, ask to talk to Jon Ruff at Stomvi. For more info about these horns, check out Stomvi-usa.com ask for JonRuff.

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