Vento VE5310BHL 500 系列型号 5310 Bb 学生喇叭
- .460 自由吹风孔
- 5 英寸铃铛可以很好地投影
所有世界*好的，传统喇叭声音，玫瑰铜铃和铅管增强耐用性。 标准功能包括一个 460 颗孔、Monel 活塞和 5 英寸铃铛。 透明漆面增添美观和耐用性。 与任何 Yamaha 或 Bach 相比，您会听到与众不同的感受！ 产品特征：适合初学者玩家玫瑰黄铜铃铛和导管，调音深。 460 自由吹风杆 5′ 铃，铃铛，低音，带来*的投影效果。配有吹口插片、盒和免费的“*课”DVD
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Like most inexpensive instruments, maintenance and repair will likely be DIY. Shops won't usually touch anything that isn't a major brand. If you aren't comfortable with this, please buy from a local music shop.
Disclaimers: This item was purchased at the full listed price. We have owned this trumpet for one month at the time of this review. My experience with trumpets is limited to a beginning level and currently having a child at beginning level. I can only directly compare this trumpet to a well-worn Yamaha YTR-2320 student trumpet. I did a significant amount of research on inexpensive trumpets and issues related to them.
I originally discovered this trumpet while searching for trumpets with Monel-plated pistons. Less expensive trumpets frequently have a problem with pistons becoming sticky. This problem can be related to manufacturing tolerances, break-in procedure, maintenance and/or valve material. Monel seemed to have some advantages as a material, so I chose it. This trumpet was one of the least expensive with Monel valves, but had also previously been much more expensive. I ordered it.
The trumpet that arrived was not exactly the same as the listing. The mouthpiece receiver and water keys were hex-shaped (Bach style) instead of round. The listing also mentioned a DVD that was missing from my case. Neither of these differences bothered me.
Most of this trumpet seems to be based on Bach design. Even the piston diameter (0.665") is the same as a Strad. Most importantly, it appears to use Bach size/style felt, corks, valve guides and valve springs for easier future maintenance.
The fit, finish and quality of the trumpet is OK or even very good if you factor in price. The following observations were made in comparison to new student instruments from major brands like Yamaha, Bach, etc... The lacquer finish has minor imperfections. The slides had some tarnish on the sliding surfaces. The valves felt very gritty. The varnish is almost certainly not as durable as a Yamaha. The tuning slide appeared to be overbent by 1-2mm. The case doesn't have enough space for common accessories and doesn't seem protective enough for a student. The included mouthpiece is a 5C. The weight of the trumpet was slightly more than our Yamaha. The soldering of tubing, braces and finger hooks/rings all appeared OK. The double bracing of the main tuning slide is a definite upgrade over the Yamaha.
Of these issues, the gritty valves were my only serious concern. After one thorough wiping down and oiling of the valve pistons and valve casings, much of the grittiness was gone. This cleaning and oiling was repeated every day after playing and working pistons. All noticeable grittiness was gone by the 3rd day. I continue to oil daily, but haven't needed to wipe down pistons or casings. I use synthetic oil (Alisyn).
I can't comment extensively on tuning, tone or other playability issues. I have done some A-B comparison between this trumpet and our Yamaha and haven't found any noticeable difference. The Vento does sound brighter to my untrained ear, but the bell on our Yamaha is far from perfect and probably doesn't ring or project sound as originally designed. A few simple tests with a Tuner showed similar results between the Vento and Yamaha.
I have compared this trumpet extensively to others and haven't found anything similar that retails for under $220. I have seriously considered purchasing another.