The Pocket trumpet may have the same playing range as a regular trumpet, however the Pocket trumpet is a lot smaller in a size Bb, and it has a 5-inch standard bell and medium-large bores. The tubing is wrapped tighter to shrink the size but keeping the range for this brass musical instrument. It is perfect for packing in a suitcase and taking to places where a traditional trumpet and carrying case may pose a problem. The Pocket trumpet is not usually seen in the orchestra pit but once in a while, a professional jazz musician will break out with a solo piece, on his or her album, using the Pocket trumpet for something out of the ordinary. And, sometimes to ad a little variety and flare, some large assemblies will feature a Pocket trumpet. If a musician is in the market for a Pocket trumpet, they could purchase a new or used Pocket trumpet here for less than what retail music stores offer. We offer new and used Pocket trumpets for sale for the beginner, intermediate or professional brass horn musicians. We offer one of the largest selections of Pocket trumpets at extremely low prices.
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