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Mendini by Cecilio Standard Bb Trumpet with Hard Case, Gloves, 7C Mouthpiece, and Valve Oil (Gold+Maintenance Kit)
Mendini by Cecilio Standard Bb Trumpet with Hard Case, Gloves, 7C Mouthpiece, and Valve Oil (Gold+Maintenance Kit)
Mendini by Cecilio Standard Bb Trumpet with Hard Case, Gloves, 7C Mouthpiece, and Valve Oil (Gold+Maintenance Kit)
Mendini by Cecilio Standard Bb Trumpet with Hard Case, Gloves, 7C Mouthpiece, and Valve Oil (Gold+Maintenance Kit)
Mendini by Cecilio Standard Bb Trumpet with Hard Case, Gloves, 7C Mouthpiece, and Valve Oil (Gold+Maintenance Kit)
Mendini by Cecilio Standard Bb Trumpet with Hard Case, Gloves, 7C Mouthpiece, and Valve Oil (Gold+Maintenance Kit)
Mendini by Cecilio Standard Bb Trumpet with Hard Case, Gloves, 7C Mouthpiece, and Valve Oil (Gold+Maintenance Kit)

Mendini by Cecilio Standard Bb Trumpet with Hard Case, Gloves, 7C Mouthpiece, and Valve Oil (Gold+Maintenance Kit)

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Mendini by Cecilio Standard Bb Trumpet with Hard Case, Gloves, 7C Mouthpiece, and Valve Oil (Gold+Maintenance Kit)
Mendini by Cecilio Standard Bb Trumpet with Hard Case, Gloves, 7C Mouthpiece, and Valve Oil (Gold+Maintenance Kit)
Mendini by Cecilio Standard Bb Trumpet with Hard Case, Gloves, 7C Mouthpiece, and Valve Oil (Gold+Maintenance Kit)
Mendini by Cecilio Standard Bb Trumpet with Hard Case, Gloves, 7C Mouthpiece, and Valve Oil (Gold+Maintenance Kit)
Mendini by Cecilio Standard Bb Trumpet with Hard Case, Gloves, 7C Mouthpiece, and Valve Oil (Gold+Maintenance Kit)
Mendini by Cecilio Standard Bb Trumpet with Hard Case, Gloves, 7C Mouthpiece, and Valve Oil (Gold+Maintenance Kit)
Mendini by Cecilio Standard Bb Trumpet with Hard Case, Gloves, 7C Mouthpiece, and Valve Oil (Gold+Maintenance Kit)
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Color: Gold+Maintenance Kit


Features

  • Bb (B flat) trumpet, Beautiful and durable brass body, Phosphorus copper used on lead (not the metal lead, but leading up to...) mouth pipe, smooth action valves, & comfortable buttons
  • Medium-large .460 inch bore with 5 inch bell, 1st valve slide thumb saddle, adjustable 3rd slide lock
  • Includes: Pro-Deluxe durable plush lined nylon covered hard case with backpack straps and zipper pocket, Silver plated 7C mouthpiece, Soft polishing cloth, a pair of white gloves, and a bottle of valve oil
  • Each instrument is tested at Cecilio's factory overseas and again in their local warehouse in Southern California. It comes with a 1-year warranty against manufacturers defects and serviced locally. Contact us by message or call our support team.
  • 1-Year Warranty: Each instrument is tested at Cecilio's factory overseas and are tested again in their local warehouse in Southern California. Each instrument comes with a 1-year warranty against manufacturers defects and are serviced locally. If you have any questions, feel free to reach us by message or our toll free number to contact our support team.

Description

Color:Gold+Maintenance Kit Mendini by Cecilio trumpets are ideal for musicians of any skill level. This trumpet features beautiful and durable brass body with a phosphorus copper lead mouth pipe, 0.46 inch bore & 5 inch bell (for powerful sound), smooth action valves topped with comfortable faux white mother of pearl key inlaid, 1st valve slide thumb saddle, 3rd valve slide with adjustable throw ring. Every trumpet is inspected by technicians at Cecilio's distribution center in the United States to ensure that their high quality standards are met.


Item Weight: 5.74 pounds


Product Dimensions: 22 x 7 x 11 inches


Date First Available: October 16, 2019


Color Name: Gold+Maintenance Kit


Shipping

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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Color: Gold+Maintenance Kit


Features

  • Bb (B flat) trumpet, Beautiful and durable brass body, Phosphorus copper used on lead (not the metal lead, but leading up to...) mouth pipe, smooth action valves, & comfortable buttons
  • Medium-large .460 inch bore with 5 inch bell, 1st valve slide thumb saddle, adjustable 3rd slide lock
  • Includes: Pro-Deluxe durable plush lined nylon covered hard case with backpack straps and zipper pocket, Silver plated 7C mouthpiece, Soft polishing cloth, a pair of white gloves, and a bottle of valve oil
  • Each instrument is tested at Cecilio's factory overseas and again in their local warehouse in Southern California. It comes with a 1-year warranty against manufacturers defects and serviced locally. Contact us by message or call our support team.
  • 1-Year Warranty: Each instrument is tested at Cecilio's factory overseas and are tested again in their local warehouse in Southern California. Each instrument comes with a 1-year warranty against manufacturers defects and are serviced locally. If you have any questions, feel free to reach us by message or our toll free number to contact our support team.

Description

Color:Gold+Maintenance Kit Mendini by Cecilio trumpets are ideal for musicians of any skill level. This trumpet features beautiful and durable brass body with a phosphorus copper lead mouth pipe, 0.46 inch bore & 5 inch bell (for powerful sound), smooth action valves topped with comfortable faux white mother of pearl key inlaid, 1st valve slide thumb saddle, 3rd valve slide with adjustable throw ring. Every trumpet is inspected by technicians at Cecilio's distribution center in the United States to ensure that their high quality standards are met.


Item Weight: 5.74 pounds


Product Dimensions: 22 x 7 x 11 inches


Date First Available: October 16, 2019


Color Name: Gold+Maintenance Kit


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Bb (B flat) trumpet, Beautiful and durable brass body, Phosphorus copper used on lead (not the metal lead, but leading up to...) mouth pipe, smooth action valves, & comfortable buttons
  • Medium-large .460 inch bore with 5 inch bell, 1st valve slide thumb saddle, adjustable 3rd slide lock
  • Includes: Pro-Deluxe durable plush lined nylon covered hard case with backpack straps and zipper pocket, Silver plated 7C mouthpiece, Soft polishing cloth, a pair of white gloves, and a bottle of valve oil
  • Each instrument is tested at Cecilio's factory overseas and again in their local warehouse in Southern California. It comes with a 1-year warranty against manufacturers defects and serviced locally. Contact us by message or call our support team.
  • 1-Year Warranty: Each instrument is tested at Cecilio's factory overseas and are tested again in their local warehouse in Southern California. Each instrument comes with a 1-year warranty against manufacturers defects and are serviced locally. If you have any questions, feel free to reach us by message or our toll free number to contact our support team.

Description

Color:Gold+Maintenance Kit Mendini by Cecilio trumpets are ideal for musicians of any skill level. This trumpet features beautiful and durable brass body with a phosphorus copper lead mouth pipe, 0.46 inch bore & 5 inch bell (for powerful sound), smooth action valves topped with comfortable faux white mother of pearl key inlaid, 1st valve slide thumb saddle, 3rd valve slide with adjustable throw ring. Every trumpet is inspected by technicians at Cecilio's distribution center in the United States to ensure that their high quality standards are met.


Item Weight: 5.74 pounds


Product Dimensions: 22 x 7 x 11 inches


Date First Available: October 16, 2019


Color Name: Gold+Maintenance Kit


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael D. Sweeney - Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2018
To ISO or to not ISO
There is only one reason to give it five stars: it is a hundred-dollar instrument, and I have some deep philosophical objections to them. That said, this is as good as a hundred-dollar instrument can be. No, it is better than you should expect. It's a three-hundred dollar instrument masquerading as a hundred-dollar instrument. What it isn't is a quality student instrument. There's no magic trick to getting one of those cheap. Hundred-dollar instruments are a disservice to the student and an insult to the instrument. The way to make one cheaply is to automate everything possible and to remove the skilled work that is necessary to really set one up properly. That means quality is all over the map. It may play out of the box, it may play if you rework it, it may never play at all. Don't go this route as a young student or parent. You don't know enough to overcome the shortcomings, you won't be able to get repairs, and it won't stand up to hard classroom use. Rent from a specialist in student instrument rentals, or spend for a real student-level instrument from one of the two or three manufacturers who still stand behind their own names (like Yahama). Getting a cheap instrument for a student is a bad idea. You risk them being unable to learn, blaming themselves for the shortcomings of the instrument, being driven crying from music. You risk it breaking just when it is needed most. I wish there was a simple way around it but band instruments aren't just carrying around relics of a Class Society that prices them out of the range of most of us; they are intrinsically hard to manufacture. It can look like a trumpet or violin, have all the parts in the right places, and still be devilishly difficult to play and sound like garbage when you do. Enough of the lecture. Where these instrument makes sense is for the experimenter, the dilettante, the gigging musician who needs a throwaway for a switch part or to take to the playa or throw in the vacation bags. What you need is the skill to fix what can be fixed, the talent to work around what can't be fixed, and the fortitude to throw the whole thing in the trash if neither of those works. Thing is, from my (limited) experience Cecilio/Medini breaks the odds. I've gotten two instruments off them and both shipped as perfectly workable introductory instruments. I'm not saying this trumpet doesn't have stickiness in the third valve slide, a little air leak on the main slide, less than perfect plating, and a generally cheap feel and sound. But it was plenty good enough to learn trumpet on as an adult and will play fine in experienced hands. Six months later it hasn't corroded or lost any parts and the valve action (always the critical part plus the first thing to go) is still good. So, yeah. If you or your child is taking band next semester then hell no. But if you are a clarinetist and want to mess around with the Dark Side then, sure; it's enough to see if you like it and maybe do a little pickup gig while you figure out if trumpet means enough for you to drop $1200 on a used Conn.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By RatingQueen - Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2015
STUNNING TRUMPET!!!
My husband has been playing trumpet for 15 years. He has owned a Bach, several student models, and even a Holton model. He said this trumpet has very smooth airflow, the valves are heavy duty and great quality. The trumpet is solid and not at all flimsy. The finish is beautiful. It has a copper lead pipe. He said its a beautiful horn! He was very impressed!! He will be using this during his Church Christmas concerts. He played it immediately and this trumpet has such a loud sound and great sound quality! When I buy off of amazon I always go straight for the highest rated reviews. Some of the reviews for this trumpet said it was garbage and the valves were junk. I was soooo nervous buying it. I was afraid I bought a crap horn and my husband wouldnt like it. Absolutely not. My husband isnt a beginner player and this trumpet sounds beautiful! If your nervous about the cecilio, dont be! You will be impressed!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Mary Sunshine - Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2018
Incorrectly essembled
I ordered this trumpet at the beginning of the school year for my son who is a beginner. It looked good to me but after a few weeks his band teacher took a closer look to see why the notes he was playing were wrong so often. She discovered that the trumpet had a #1 valve but had 2 #3 valves and (obviously) no #2 valve. I have contacted this company many times now trying to get them to send me a replacement valve or a replacement trumpet but have heard absolutely nothing from them concerning this faulty instrument. It's December now and I'm really not happy with this situation. I also, in desperation, have searched the internet for a replacement valve on my own but haven't found one of the same brand and I was cautioned that if I bought another brand valve it may or may not work. I don't want to buy another trumpet. Even if I did, I certainly wouldn't deal with this company again; a total waste of money and time.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Donna D - Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2017
Perfect for Band Students
LOVE this trumpet! I bought two of them for my daughter and niece (both 11) who joined band this year. They both said they like these better than the Jupiter brand (really expensive) trumpets they were renting from the school's supplier. Lighter weight and plays beautifully. If you are shopping for a student, I HIGHLY recommend this trumpet! The case is very sturdy, too.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By BrianAx - Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2018
It's cheap - but it works great.
Well my son joined band for the first time last year, and I didn't want to drop a ton of cash on an expensive trumpet in the event that he decided to quit in the first few months, so I bought this one instead. It's already been a whole school year and he's had zero problems with it. For the price it cant be beat, glad I decided to give this a try.

Top Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael D. Sweeney - Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2018
To ISO or to not ISO
There is only one reason to give it five stars: it is a hundred-dollar instrument, and I have some deep philosophical objections to them. That said, this is as good as a hundred-dollar instrument can be. No, it is better than you should expect. It's a three-hundred dollar instrument masquerading as a hundred-dollar instrument. What it isn't is a quality student instrument. There's no magic trick to getting one of those cheap. Hundred-dollar instruments are a disservice to the student and an insult to the instrument. The way to make one cheaply is to automate everything possible and to remove the skilled work that is necessary to really set one up properly. That means quality is all over the map. It may play out of the box, it may play if you rework it, it may never play at all. Don't go this route as a young student or parent. You don't know enough to overcome the shortcomings, you won't be able to get repairs, and it won't stand up to hard classroom use. Rent from a specialist in student instrument rentals, or spend for a real student-level instrument from one of the two or three manufacturers who still stand behind their own names (like Yahama). Getting a cheap instrument for a student is a bad idea. You risk them being unable to learn, blaming themselves for the shortcomings of the instrument, being driven crying from music. You risk it breaking just when it is needed most. I wish there was a simple way around it but band instruments aren't just carrying around relics of a Class Society that prices them out of the range of most of us; they are intrinsically hard to manufacture. It can look like a trumpet or violin, have all the parts in the right places, and still be devilishly difficult to play and sound like garbage when you do. Enough of the lecture. Where these instrument makes sense is for the experimenter, the dilettante, the gigging musician who needs a throwaway for a switch part or to take to the playa or throw in the vacation bags. What you need is the skill to fix what can be fixed, the talent to work around what can't be fixed, and the fortitude to throw the whole thing in the trash if neither of those works. Thing is, from my (limited) experience Cecilio/Medini breaks the odds. I've gotten two instruments off them and both shipped as perfectly workable introductory instruments. I'm not saying this trumpet doesn't have stickiness in the third valve slide, a little air leak on the main slide, less than perfect plating, and a generally cheap feel and sound. But it was plenty good enough to learn trumpet on as an adult and will play fine in experienced hands. Six months later it hasn't corroded or lost any parts and the valve action (always the critical part plus the first thing to go) is still good. So, yeah. If you or your child is taking band next semester then hell no. But if you are a clarinetist and want to mess around with the Dark Side then, sure; it's enough to see if you like it and maybe do a little pickup gig while you figure out if trumpet means enough for you to drop $1200 on a used Conn.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By RatingQueen - Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2015
STUNNING TRUMPET!!!
My husband has been playing trumpet for 15 years. He has owned a Bach, several student models, and even a Holton model. He said this trumpet has very smooth airflow, the valves are heavy duty and great quality. The trumpet is solid and not at all flimsy. The finish is beautiful. It has a copper lead pipe. He said its a beautiful horn! He was very impressed!! He will be using this during his Church Christmas concerts. He played it immediately and this trumpet has such a loud sound and great sound quality! When I buy off of amazon I always go straight for the highest rated reviews. Some of the reviews for this trumpet said it was garbage and the valves were junk. I was soooo nervous buying it. I was afraid I bought a crap horn and my husband wouldnt like it. Absolutely not. My husband isnt a beginner player and this trumpet sounds beautiful! If your nervous about the cecilio, dont be! You will be impressed!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Mary Sunshine - Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2018
Incorrectly essembled
I ordered this trumpet at the beginning of the school year for my son who is a beginner. It looked good to me but after a few weeks his band teacher took a closer look to see why the notes he was playing were wrong so often. She discovered that the trumpet had a #1 valve but had 2 #3 valves and (obviously) no #2 valve. I have contacted this company many times now trying to get them to send me a replacement valve or a replacement trumpet but have heard absolutely nothing from them concerning this faulty instrument. It's December now and I'm really not happy with this situation. I also, in desperation, have searched the internet for a replacement valve on my own but haven't found one of the same brand and I was cautioned that if I bought another brand valve it may or may not work. I don't want to buy another trumpet. Even if I did, I certainly wouldn't deal with this company again; a total waste of money and time.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Donna D - Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2017
Perfect for Band Students
LOVE this trumpet! I bought two of them for my daughter and niece (both 11) who joined band this year. They both said they like these better than the Jupiter brand (really expensive) trumpets they were renting from the school's supplier. Lighter weight and plays beautifully. If you are shopping for a student, I HIGHLY recommend this trumpet! The case is very sturdy, too.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By BrianAx - Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2018
It's cheap - but it works great.
Well my son joined band for the first time last year, and I didn't want to drop a ton of cash on an expensive trumpet in the event that he decided to quit in the first few months, so I bought this one instead. It's already been a whole school year and he's had zero problems with it. For the price it cant be beat, glad I decided to give this a try.