Trumpet Brands

Choosing the right trumpet to suit your ability level, playing style, and budget is essential if you want to avoid some costly mistakes.

We can help you decide which trumpet is best for you, by offering trumpet reviews on all the most popular trumpet brands and manufacturers, as well as offering links to the cheapest trumpets for sale online.

Bach Trumpet

Vincent Bach, an European immigrant who had both a strong passion for music and engineering skills, developed in the early part of the 20th Century a high quality trumpet which was named after him.

His trumpets are considered one of the highest quality trumpets available, and there are models for for beginners, intermediates and professional trumpet players alike.

Current Bach trumpets include the Bach are following.

Yamaha Trumpet

The Yamaha trumpet is one of the most popular brass instruments available today. Excellent build quality, superb sound and very competitive pricing has resulted in their trumpets being used extensively by students and school bands the world over.

Yamaha has a reputation for high quality craftsmanship and great value musical instruments, but has not got the same sense of history and reputation as some of the more established trumpet manufacturers.

Besson Trumpet

The company that manufactures these beautiful trumpets was started by Elden Benge.

He was a child genius, who started playing the trumpet at the age of seven, and became a professional at the age of fourteen.

He developed his first trumpet for a member of the Chicago Symphony in 1939.

Since then they have been producing trumpets for some of the world’s top musicians. Like Bach, Elden Benge had to stop playing professionally, so that he may give proper time and dedication to his business and manufacture the best Benge Bb and piccolo trumpets.

Schilke Trumpet

Often referred to as the ‘Jewel of the industry”, the original Schilke trumpet was the brain child of renowned brass instrument designer, Renold O. Schilke.

Renold started the world famous Schilke Music Products in 1956, with a burning ambition to produce the very highest quality trombones, mouthpieces and of course, trumpets.

Every Schilke trumpet offers superior articulation clarity, with the new HD trumpet range offering a darker core of sound.

The Schilke HD trumpets are a completely new design, with a completely new mouthpipe taper and receiver, along with a square shaped tuning slide bow.

The bell creates a solid feel with amazing tonal depth.

Perfect for both jazz and classical, the new HD trumpets from Schilke are a tough match to follow.

Kanstul Trumpet

When most people are asked to name a legendary person related to the world of trumpets, they may mention trumpet playing greats such as Miles Davis, Louis Armstrong, or even Doc Severinsen, but if you asked me, I would say Zigmant J Kanstul.​​​​

Zigmund, or Zig to his friends, started his working life as a trumpet assembler in 1953 in the F.E.

Olds factory. His co-workers used to down tools after making 12 trumpets, as payment was on a piecework basis, and the rate dropped to a mere 50c after twelve units, but not Zig.

The Kanstul trumpet is known as the Rolls Royce of trumpets and its legend is still growing.

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