The Flugelhorn has traditional vertical valves with Monel pistons which retain a proper fit, resists corrosion and delivers smooth action year after year. New and used Flugelhorn Trumpets put out less turbulence and a smoother airflow for reduced resistance. You can get your new or used Flugelhorn trumpet right here, whether you are a beginner, intermediate or professional musician. We have your Flugel trumpet below at amazing prices.
So what is the difference between a conventional trumpet and a flugelhorn you might ask?
As crazy as it may sound, many people think the Flugelhorn is part of the sax family of instruments. It is not part of the sax family, the flugel horn is simply a variation of the trumpet. The main difference is that a standard trumpet has a cylindrical bore system where the tubing remains the same diameter until it reaches the beginning of the bell. Which allows for a much brighter sound. The Flugel horn has a conical bore system, which allows for a constant graduation in the diameter of the tubing (just like the cornet), which produces a more mellow sound.
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