Gallery – Trumpets

BachLoyalist has been collecting high resolution images of various Bach Stradivarius instruments to help document the various differences on trumpets through the past almost 100 years.  These images come from a wide variety of sources, including various trumpet discussion forums, eBay, Goodwill, and images from many fellow Bach loyalists that have sent me photos through the years.  We continue to search for additional photographs to add to our collection.

This gallery includes Bach Stradivarius trumpets from the New York, Mt. Vernon, and Elkhart era.



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  1. Jürgen Kiene
    #1 Jürgen Kiene 30 June, 2015, 04:14

    Habe die Trompete ML 37 #140724/1977 gekauft in Philadelphia.
    Trompete ist sehr gut. Maschine läuft selbst nach einem Jahr Pause. Habe deshalb auch das Kornett L 25 #352761 und das Flügelhorn 183 G #594692 gekauft. Bin bestens zufrieden.

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  2. Bach Loyalist
    #2 Bach Loyalist Author 6 July, 2015, 19:50

    Most likely mfg. in 1964-1964 right during the transition to Selmer after the purchase of Vincent Bach Corporation. L would indicate a Large bore instrument.

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