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Getzen 3001 LE
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The Artist's Model Custom Trumpet is the perfect demonstration of Getzen's strong ties with professional musicians. The Artist's Model Trumpets are the product of the Getzen ProShop working together with top trumpet players around the world. This teamwork has created a truly superior product that is the combination of many years of experience in the playing, designing, and building of professional trumpets.
Artist's Model Custom 3001 or 3001 LE Trumpets are constructed in a medium large bore with a one-piece hand hammered yellow brass bell. Nickel outside slide tubes, nickel balusters and nickel silver, nickel plated pistons are just a few of the high quality materials used in every Artist's Model Trumpet. 3001 and 3001LE trumpets have the same great valve sections found on all Getzen Custom Series Trumpets. They are the smoothest valve sections in the industry and that quality is backed by a lifetime warranty.
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Bore (inch): 0.459
Bell (inch): No. 137
Bell Type: 1 Piece
Bell Mtl.: Yellow Brass
Website: http://www.getzen.com/
Keywords: Getzen 3001 LE Artist
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Review Date: 7/30/2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $2,500.00 | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: Great and bright sound
Cons: not for the (only one horn) player

 
I bought the Severensen Custom 3001LE Gold plated and hand engraved ser#13. This model was later named the artist model when Doc and Getzen split again.. The special heat treatment on the bell and leadpipe gave this horn an extremly brilliant sound.. Though mouthpiece selection can influence it a bit.. I have this horn in both silver and gold. And the gold one is a little less bright. Ofcorse this is because of the extra layer of plating over the silver that is used as a base. I find also that for me these horns fill a nich and only use them mostly when their bright and brilliant sound is desired. If you play alot of jazz it would be used more often. The Getzen Custom 3050 is a better all arounder..
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