Maintaining your Edwards trumpet will extend the life of your instrument, increase its resale value and, most importantly, provide you with the best results when performing.
For those of you wishing to purchase a used Edwards instrument, Christan offers some tips in Risk vs. Reward: Buying a Used Edwards.
Overhauling a Lever Waterkey
Ron shows us how to remove a lever waterkey, replace the spring and cork, and reinstall the assembly on a trumpet.
Overhauling an Amado Waterkey
Ron shows us how to disassemble and reassemble an Amado waterkey on a Edwards Trumpet.
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Visit the Edwards Pro Stop and work one-one-one with Christan or Michael.
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Latest Blog Post
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. This 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
"As a trumpet player my whole life, it is imperative that my horn convey the message I want it to; and because we do music as a full-time ministry that message needs to be crystal clear. It is the power of the Holy Spirit combined with one of the best horns I have ever had the priveledge to play that defines who I am as a player...from ministering inside some of the largest churches in our nation to the smallest of congregations, the power and beauty of this horn has been a true blessing.
"Thank-you everyone at the Edwards originization for your continued dedication to craftsmenship and service. May God bless all you do."
Performing Artist/Exalt Music Ministries