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Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)

Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)

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Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
Mendini MPT Brass Bb Pocket Trumpet + Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, & More (Nickel Plated)
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Color: Nickel Plated


Features

  • Bb pocket trumpet with 7C mouthpiece
  • 0.46 inch bore and 3.75 inch bell, comfortable white faux mother of pearl inlaid buttons
  • Phosphorus copper used on lead mouth pipe (found on expensive trumpets) & smooth action valves
  • Includes: Cecilio 92-D chromatic tuner, case, bottle of valve oil, soft polishing cloth, & a pair of white gloves
  • 1 Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects

Description

Color:Nickel Plated Mendini by Cecilio pocket trumpets are ideal for beginner or student musicians. This pocket trumpet features a phosphorus copper lead mouth pipe, topped with 3 comfortable white mother of pearl key inlaid and 3 smooth action valves. Every pocket trumpet is play tested at Cecilio's factory and re-tested at their Los Angeles distribution center to ensure that their high quality standards are met. This is why thousands of instructors have approved these trumpets. This pocket trumpet package includes a plush-lined nylon covered hard shell case with backpack straps (making it convenience to carry to school or band practice), a pair of gloves, a soft cleaning cloth, and a bottle of valve oil. Buy with confidence as it comes with a 1- year warranty against any manufacturer's defects.


Item Weight: 4.49 pounds


Product Dimensions: 12 x 10 x 6 inches


Item model number: MPT-N+92D


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: May 12, 2011


Color Name: Nickel Plated


Instrument Key: Bb


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Color: Nickel Plated


Features

  • Bb pocket trumpet with 7C mouthpiece
  • 0.46 inch bore and 3.75 inch bell, comfortable white faux mother of pearl inlaid buttons
  • Phosphorus copper used on lead mouth pipe (found on expensive trumpets) & smooth action valves
  • Includes: Cecilio 92-D chromatic tuner, case, bottle of valve oil, soft polishing cloth, & a pair of white gloves
  • 1 Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects

Description

Color:Nickel Plated Mendini by Cecilio pocket trumpets are ideal for beginner or student musicians. This pocket trumpet features a phosphorus copper lead mouth pipe, topped with 3 comfortable white mother of pearl key inlaid and 3 smooth action valves. Every pocket trumpet is play tested at Cecilio's factory and re-tested at their Los Angeles distribution center to ensure that their high quality standards are met. This is why thousands of instructors have approved these trumpets. This pocket trumpet package includes a plush-lined nylon covered hard shell case with backpack straps (making it convenience to carry to school or band practice), a pair of gloves, a soft cleaning cloth, and a bottle of valve oil. Buy with confidence as it comes with a 1- year warranty against any manufacturer's defects.


Item Weight: 4.49 pounds


Product Dimensions: 12 x 10 x 6 inches


Item model number: MPT-N+92D


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: May 12, 2011


Color Name: Nickel Plated


Instrument Key: Bb


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 pocket trumpet with 7C mouthpiece
  • 0.46 inch bore and 3.75 inch bell, comfortable white faux mother of pearl inlaid buttons
  • Phosphorus copper used on lead mouth pipe (found on expensive trumpets) & smooth action valves
  • Includes: Cecilio 92-D chromatic tuner, case, bottle of valve oil, soft polishing cloth, & a pair of white gloves
  • 1 Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects

Description

Color:Nickel Plated Mendini by Cecilio pocket trumpets are ideal for beginner or student musicians. This pocket trumpet features a phosphorus copper lead mouth pipe, topped with 3 comfortable white mother of pearl key inlaid and 3 smooth action valves. Every pocket trumpet is play tested at Cecilio's factory and re-tested at their Los Angeles distribution center to ensure that their high quality standards are met. This is why thousands of instructors have approved these trumpets. This pocket trumpet package includes a plush-lined nylon covered hard shell case with backpack straps (making it convenience to carry to school or band practice), a pair of gloves, a soft cleaning cloth, and a bottle of valve oil. Buy with confidence as it comes with a 1- year warranty against any manufacturer's defects.


Item Weight: 4.49 pounds


Product Dimensions: 12 x 10 x 6 inches


Item model number: MPT-N+92D


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: May 12, 2011


Color Name: Nickel Plated


Instrument Key: Bb


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


5.0 out of 5 stars
By ben - Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2019
Greatly exceeded expectations
This won't please trumpet snobs, and it doesn't hold the pedigree of an expensive trumpet brand, and your super expensive horn is probably better, but this trumpet is of good quality and good sound. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone. It sounds exactly like a trumpet - this was the most important part. Even if the tuning is off out of the box (the slides are pushed all the way in when you open it) Cecilio went the extra step and threw in a digital tuner. From unwrapping to playing all i did was wipe off the valves and give them some blue juice (Cecilio threw in some oil too but i've got reservations about non-blue oil), then tuned it after a few minutes of playing. It's compatible with the mutes for a normal trumpet or cornet. It weighs about the same as my beat up trumpet so the reports of it feeling cheap or aluminum are greatly exaggerated. I was very impressed by it's overall quality. There are two tiny flaws in the lacquer which is slightly unevenly applied but i had to really play with it and stare at it to notice those. The felt pads on the valves aren't great but that's an easy fix - and has no bearing on playing or even appearance in all but the most well-lit areas. The amount of stuff you get is remarkable as well. The case is very high quality, includes a mouthpiece (I used my own but the included mouthpiece is good enough to keep as a backup if not your primary) a good polishing cloth (i mean real good), and some white gloves made of t-shirt material which i'll never use but still pretty cool. There's nowhere really to store the included tuner in the case but you don't really need to tune a trumpet all that often, and this thing was clearly meant to be taken around town, played at the spur of the moment. If you already have a regular trumpet but don't like lugging the thing around, or if you're thinking of busking on a corner somewhere and have reservations about taking your 400-1200 dollar horn out, or if you just like the idea of a pocket trumpet, this is perfect.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Tomas Rodriguez - Reviewed in the United States on March 19, 2014
So you bought a $100 trumpet...
Give or take a few bucks. I picked mine up almost 2 years ago. I won't say I play it often. I've been playing trumpet on and off for over 20 years. My normal horns are a '92 Bach Strat 25 for classical and a '56 Olds Super for jazz. Why'd I buy this? Because it was $120 (when I bought it). TOTALLY worth it. Okay, the bad, first. 1. Feels like it's made out of tinfoil. 2. The stock valve action is 'adequate'. Lap them, or give them a few slides through some 1000 grit sandpaper, then oil them up. Swap in some better springs, and you get much better response. 3. Slide action is decent. I had to take the 1000 grit to the 3rd valve slide, though, to get it more agile. A few twists in the 1000 grit, oil and grease, and it's great. 4. The black lacquer is uneven at the welds and starts flaking off from protrusions almost immediately. 5. Spit valve springs are cheap, and are just mashed against the tubing with no reinforcement. Get yourself some real springs off Ebay, then cushion them with some rubber or plastic. The rubber spit valve pads seem fine. Now the good! 1. With a few mods, you have a horn with decent mechanical action. 2. Comes with the typical 'beginner' mouthpiece, Bach-style 7c, but do yourself a favor and get a 3c. 3. It sounds DECENT. Yes, it actually does. 4. It's tiny and fun. Look at it. IT'S SO ADORABLE! And the case it comes in is pretty good. Nice and padded, but still only about the size of a shoebox. Totally portable. 5. It was $120. Take it to the desert and play in a sandstorm. Dive in a pool and bubble out some Buble under the water. Stick it out the window on the highway doing 105 and see if you can outrun Flight of the Bumblebee. Strip the lacquer off and spray paint it pink with gold glitter sparkles. Who cares! 6. Prop it upright and use it as a kitschy flower pot, a statement to the elasticity of today's high-precision, off-shore brass manufacturing! A lone moth orchid would look especially shway with the flaking, black lacquer. I love this horn. It's fun. I stick my custom mouthpiece in this thing and wail. The bell is so close to your face you hear nothing but sound, and it's not a bad one. The slotting is a little bit weird at first, but it's not impossible with a little practice. I love taking this horn with me wherever I go; you never know when you might come up on a lonely drummer in need of a horn player!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Ken Mora - Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2016
Beautiful sound has unfortunately become my siren's song of springs :(
UPDATE: So the 'trick' to getting the most out of this was to stretch out the valve springs ALMOST DOUBLE. Now I get a really snappy return, however any oil other than Blue Juice produces a noisy valve return. I've added a fourth star to my rating because despite this quirk, this resonant little beauty has become my go-to horn. First, I have to say I LOVE the sound this little thing produces, but the valves suck! After a couple years of love/hate and switching to Blue Juice oil, and having it cleaned a couple of times, and changing to Yamaha springs I got it to pause sticking for a few numbers at a time. Next, I'm going to get some custom springs made at an industrial shop (there are 'fast return' springs out there, but they cost 8-10X what normal springs cost, so I'm going the extra and having a variety of slightly stronger to much stronger springs made. So, why am I going through the trouble? Like I said, I LOVE the sound, and am determined to make this reliably playable. But if you're not as stubborn as I am, then I'd have to say, give this little gem a pass. I'll update when I've found the right springs.

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By ben - Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2019
Greatly exceeded expectations
This won't please trumpet snobs, and it doesn't hold the pedigree of an expensive trumpet brand, and your super expensive horn is probably better, but this trumpet is of good quality and good sound. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone. It sounds exactly like a trumpet - this was the most important part. Even if the tuning is off out of the box (the slides are pushed all the way in when you open it) Cecilio went the extra step and threw in a digital tuner. From unwrapping to playing all i did was wipe off the valves and give them some blue juice (Cecilio threw in some oil too but i've got reservations about non-blue oil), then tuned it after a few minutes of playing. It's compatible with the mutes for a normal trumpet or cornet. It weighs about the same as my beat up trumpet so the reports of it feeling cheap or aluminum are greatly exaggerated. I was very impressed by it's overall quality. There are two tiny flaws in the lacquer which is slightly unevenly applied but i had to really play with it and stare at it to notice those. The felt pads on the valves aren't great but that's an easy fix - and has no bearing on playing or even appearance in all but the most well-lit areas. The amount of stuff you get is remarkable as well. The case is very high quality, includes a mouthpiece (I used my own but the included mouthpiece is good enough to keep as a backup if not your primary) a good polishing cloth (i mean real good), and some white gloves made of t-shirt material which i'll never use but still pretty cool. There's nowhere really to store the included tuner in the case but you don't really need to tune a trumpet all that often, and this thing was clearly meant to be taken around town, played at the spur of the moment. If you already have a regular trumpet but don't like lugging the thing around, or if you're thinking of busking on a corner somewhere and have reservations about taking your 400-1200 dollar horn out, or if you just like the idea of a pocket trumpet, this is perfect.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Tomas Rodriguez - Reviewed in the United States on March 19, 2014
So you bought a $100 trumpet...
Give or take a few bucks. I picked mine up almost 2 years ago. I won't say I play it often. I've been playing trumpet on and off for over 20 years. My normal horns are a '92 Bach Strat 25 for classical and a '56 Olds Super for jazz. Why'd I buy this? Because it was $120 (when I bought it). TOTALLY worth it. Okay, the bad, first. 1. Feels like it's made out of tinfoil. 2. The stock valve action is 'adequate'. Lap them, or give them a few slides through some 1000 grit sandpaper, then oil them up. Swap in some better springs, and you get much better response. 3. Slide action is decent. I had to take the 1000 grit to the 3rd valve slide, though, to get it more agile. A few twists in the 1000 grit, oil and grease, and it's great. 4. The black lacquer is uneven at the welds and starts flaking off from protrusions almost immediately. 5. Spit valve springs are cheap, and are just mashed against the tubing with no reinforcement. Get yourself some real springs off Ebay, then cushion them with some rubber or plastic. The rubber spit valve pads seem fine. Now the good! 1. With a few mods, you have a horn with decent mechanical action. 2. Comes with the typical 'beginner' mouthpiece, Bach-style 7c, but do yourself a favor and get a 3c. 3. It sounds DECENT. Yes, it actually does. 4. It's tiny and fun. Look at it. IT'S SO ADORABLE! And the case it comes in is pretty good. Nice and padded, but still only about the size of a shoebox. Totally portable. 5. It was $120. Take it to the desert and play in a sandstorm. Dive in a pool and bubble out some Buble under the water. Stick it out the window on the highway doing 105 and see if you can outrun Flight of the Bumblebee. Strip the lacquer off and spray paint it pink with gold glitter sparkles. Who cares! 6. Prop it upright and use it as a kitschy flower pot, a statement to the elasticity of today's high-precision, off-shore brass manufacturing! A lone moth orchid would look especially shway with the flaking, black lacquer. I love this horn. It's fun. I stick my custom mouthpiece in this thing and wail. The bell is so close to your face you hear nothing but sound, and it's not a bad one. The slotting is a little bit weird at first, but it's not impossible with a little practice. I love taking this horn with me wherever I go; you never know when you might come up on a lonely drummer in need of a horn player!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Ken Mora - Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2016
Beautiful sound has unfortunately become my siren's song of springs :(
UPDATE: So the 'trick' to getting the most out of this was to stretch out the valve springs ALMOST DOUBLE. Now I get a really snappy return, however any oil other than Blue Juice produces a noisy valve return. I've added a fourth star to my rating because despite this quirk, this resonant little beauty has become my go-to horn. First, I have to say I LOVE the sound this little thing produces, but the valves suck! After a couple years of love/hate and switching to Blue Juice oil, and having it cleaned a couple of times, and changing to Yamaha springs I got it to pause sticking for a few numbers at a time. Next, I'm going to get some custom springs made at an industrial shop (there are 'fast return' springs out there, but they cost 8-10X what normal springs cost, so I'm going the extra and having a variety of slightly stronger to much stronger springs made. So, why am I going through the trouble? Like I said, I LOVE the sound, and am determined to make this reliably playable. But if you're not as stubborn as I am, then I'd have to say, give this little gem a pass. I'll update when I've found the right springs.