This horn was lightly tested at the shop, and is otherwise new other than some small signs of play testing. Save some money off of the new price!
Introducing the new Austin Custom Brass Double Shepherd's Crook Trumpet
Handmade completely by my friends at Adams in the Netherlands
After many years of collaborating with my friends at Adams we finally decided to take our relationship to another level with this new model. Be sure to check out all the clips below to hear this horn's incredible tonal spectrum!
Here is a review from our customer Richard Harris (3/27/19):
"The Coppernicus arrived today and it is BEAUTIFUL!!! I had previously owned an A-4, and although the horns look similar, there is no comparison in the way they play and respond. The Coppernicus is better in every way that the A-4... the sound in every register of the instrument is better, and with the double shepherd's crooks, the horn can really take on a gorgeous, rich, robust tone that I believe to be superior in every way to the A-4, which was itself a very good horn. Please pass on a string of superlatives to Trent and to Miel Adams for having designed and built ONE HELL OF A FINE HORN!!! I am going to flat out LOVE this fine instrument!"
This horn is an evolution from our previous instrument, the Hornet, and made this much more versatile both in sound shape and efficiency.
Here are some basic specs on the horn:
Copper plated finish
Poly bore setup to maximize efficiency and volume palette
(overall feel is similar to a medium large horn)
5.5 inch bell with extra large flare
Double Shepherd's crook design
all-new valveblock design
Lightweight (lighter than a stock Bach Trumpet) and extremely well balanced in the hand.
This model will only be available for sale at Austin Custom Brass and we have many on order. Email us at email@example.com for more details and delivery schedules.
Sold with gard gig bag but no mouthpiece
If you have additional questions send us an email.
Prior to ordering please check our return policy below:
Also note weight indicated in the ad is shipping weight not actual weight of instrument.