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Bach Advertising – Commercial Trumpet (Aug. 2014)

from the Bach Brass FB page. The NEW Bach Stradivarius Commercial Bb trumpet is offered in two bore sizes .459 ML bore and .462 L bore, as well as in Silver-plate finish or Lacquer finish. 5″ diameter one-piece hand hammered

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Bach Advertising – Bach Stradivarius brasses

  circa 1982 Note: implication that there were other brass Stradivarius instruments being considered?  French Horn Stradivarius model?

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Bach Advertising – Bach/Bundy Blip Test

  An interesting way to show the quality of Bundy trumpets, by showing the "Blip Test" suggesting this ws Vincent Bach’s test to measure workmanship. “Use Vincent Bach’s own BLIP TEST to measure workmanship in the new Bundy Brasses against any instrument”

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Bach Advertising – Marvin Stamm

  From 1978, early Marvin Stamm advertisement. Part of a broad advertising campaign: “Bach lets you express talent that would otherwise be lost.”

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Bach Advertising – Slide Hampton

  From 1978, early Slide Hampton advertisement. Part of a broad advertising campaign: “Bach lets you express talent that would otherwise be lost.”

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Bach Advertising – Bach Stradivarius

  From 1977 “Most trumpeters regard the Bach Stradivarius as the finest brass instrument ever created. Vincent Bach spent a lifetime perfecting it. And becasue of his work, trumpet artists all over the world who play the Bach are able

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Bach Advertising – Bill Watrous

  1974 – Bill Watrous (Trombone) Distinguished Jazz Artist

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Bach Advertising – Mercedes & Mercedes II

circa 1969 Note the following unique items on this ad Advertising both Mercedes and Mercedes II models at the same time, was not a immediate transition. Use of Vincent Bach Corp. in 1969, no mention of Selmer. Model 37 Stradivarius

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Bach Advertising – A Bach trumpet can help make your sound the Highlight of any performance

  From 1969, in the studio, at the jazz festival, in the club… “A Bach trumpet can help make your sound the Highlight of any performance”

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Bach Advertising – 139 Cup Designs

Note the unique BACH logo circa 1967  

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Bach Advertising – Mouthpiece Manufacturing

  circa 1960s source: Fred Cirksena, Quality-Brass.com

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Bach Advertising – Best Cure For Lip Troubles

  circa early 1950s (mfg. location used from 1928-1953)

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Bach Advertising – Bach Presents “A Royal Flush”

circa 1949 source: Fred Cirksena, Quality-Brass.com  

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Bach Advertising – Charlie Spivak trumpet

  circa 1941 Looking for a higher resolution image.  Please contact us through our footer.

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Bach Advertising – Jimmy Dorsey Trombone Section 100% Bach

One of the best coordinated and most famous sections in the business, Dorsey’s “sliphorners” are regarded by other trombonists with a feeling almost akin to awe. The brilliant effects they create with their Bach trombones, the thrilling solidity of their

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Bach Advertising – Bach salutes Glenn Miller

  circa 1939 Looking for higher resolution images of this ad.  Please contact us via our footer.

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Bach Advertising – Bach Trombone artists

  circa 1937 Looking for a higher resolution of this ad.  Contact us through our footer.

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Bach Advertising – Boston Orchestra Trumpets American Made

While not strictly advertising, this effectively helped give Vincent Bach “free” advertising.

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Bach Advertising – “How to Promote and Organize a Band”

  circa March 1927 From the Music Supervisors’ Journal, Vol. 13, No. 4 (Mar., 1927), pp. 79-80.

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Bach Advertising – Lyon Healy Catalog 1925

From a Lyon Healy Chicago catalog, 1925. Interesting to see the mouthpiece options from 1925. Lyon Healy trumpet mouthpieces were $3.00, the generic (no brand) version was $1.20, and the Bach trumpet mouthpiece was $6.50. source: Chris Dankler

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