Are Tromba plastic
trumpets endorsed by Alison Balsam?
No, that's the
other one, the pTrumpet, but we think the Tromba is better,
& we think if she compared them she could well come
to the same conclusion.
We think it's
better because it blows really well compared to the pTrumpet
& because of the spec.
The valves are
easier to oil as they are removed from the top as they are
on a standard trumpet. The Tromba has a 3rd valve tuning
It comes with
a better quality gig-bag, trumpet stand & cleaning items.
trumpets are much lighter, around 500g which is a substantial
difference from a brass instrument.
This has the advantage
of being easier to hold for longer periods reducing fatigue
and increasing attention spans especially in young learners.
light they are ideal for those who are later in years or
maybe have shoulder problems, muscular or rheumatic issues
Tromba trumpets are
ideal for long practice sessions, for marching bands and
general outdoor use.
They feel warmer
in cold weather, no need for thick gloves to protect your
hands against cold metal.
They are hygienic
and easily cleaned, extremely robust and damage resistant
especially in the hands of over enthusiastic players and
They are great for
packing away ready for your holiday practice time and fun
at parties when you don't want to get your expensive horn
They can be colour
customised to suit you school, football team or any colour
co-ordination required to make the trumpet that little bit
There are so many
other benefits that suit all ages and playing skills but
most importantly of all they sound great, play great and
represent unbeatable value for money.
The Tromba plastic
trumpet is available in red, blue, white, black, yellow,
metalic gold & metalic silver