Edwards Trumpets

Edwards Gen 2 Bb RL TrumpetFor decades, trumpet players in search of the perfect instrument have been at the mercy of large manufacturers. The prevailing wisdom of these companies has been to build instruments for the masses and hope these instruments meet the needs of their customers – all of their customers. This philosophy is flawed; musicians have different needs that require a more specialized approach. Edwards has made a conscious decision to approach trumpet manufacturing in a different way. Our philosophy is simple – let the customer choose.

The Edwards Trumpet offers many innovations that make it the premier instrument for the discerning musician. The leadpipe retaining tube allows players to audition and compare leadpipes with ease. Instead of using heat, solder, and stress to trade out components, switching leadpipes is done by simply sliding the leadpipe into the leadpipe retaining tube.
Furthermore, Edwards uses a cross bracing system that allows our bells to be mounted to the leadpipe retaining tube without any stress. Stress can destroy even the finest of instruments; therefore, our stress-free designs set the benchmark for all other manufacturers. When you couple that fact with the many bell choices we provide, the Edwards Trumpet is the obvious choice.

Edwards works hard to make each trumpet it sells the perfect fit for the customer. By striking a balance between sound and feel, you can be sure that an Edwards Instrument will help you achieve your goals.

Since opening our doors in 1989, innovation has driven the Edwards Instrument Company. We are setting the new standard in trumpet manufacturing by offering the professional musician a truly individual, personal instrument, incorporating the perfect balance between state-of-the-art precision manufacturing techniques and hand craftsmanship.

Eb
.445"

The Eb Trumpet is available with either a copper or yellow brass bell.

Availability: Call for availability

Details

G4-C
.462"

The Generation IV C Trumpet combines the most popular Gen II setups.

Availability: Call for availability

Details

X-19
.425"

The Edwards X-19 features a small bore design, minimalist bracing, and an intimate grip.

Availability: Call for availability

Details

X-17
.459"

The X-17 Bb Trumpet includes a one-piece, hand-crafted, yellow brass bell.

Availability: Call for availability

Details

X-27
.459"

The X-27 Bb Trumpet includes a two-piece, hand-crafted, yellow brass bell.

Availability: Call for availability

Details

X-13
.462"

The X-13 Bb Trumpet is a resonant, music-making machine.

Availability: Call for availability

Details

Feel like a Test Drive?

Visit the Edwards Pro Stop and work one-one-one with Christan or Michael.

Contact us to set up an appointment.

Latest Blog Post

2018 Georgia Trombone Summit to Feature BSO Section, Gilkes, Resonant Projection

Edwards is proud to be a sponsor of the 2018 Georgia Trombone Summit, which will take place at the University of Georgia on May 23 – 26.┬áThis four-day event, hosted by Josh Bynum, will feature a stellar cast of musicians, including the Boston Symphony Orchestra trombone section (Toby Oft, Stephen Lange, and James Markey), Marshall […] more ››

In Their Own Words

Ronnie Ingle

"My recent change to the Edwards Gen3X Bb trumpet has proven to be the single best move I have made in my entire career! This trumpet simply has the most superior combination of balance, slotting, stability of pitch, and tone color I have ever encountered as a professional trumpeter. I arrived at the exact sound I wanted as a result of being able to choose from very specific component parts (bells, leadpipes, bracings, tuning slides, and even types of screws). This was done with the help of a staff that is the most knowledgeable and friendly in the business, a hallmark of the Edwards Instrument Company that sets them apart from the rest.

"It is such a joy to communicate through the trumpet with the feeling that there is nothing about the instrument itself standing in the way, and to know that the extreme demands of modern trumpet playing can be met with this wonderful instrument."

Ronnie Ingle
Professor, University of North Dakota