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.
Feel like a Test Drive?
Visit the Edwards Pro Stop and work one-one-one with Christan or Michael.
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Yesterday I was working with a young musician the age of 17 and I was reminded of why I do what I do. Getting to hear and help talented musicians of all ages has it’s rewards. Not only was the father ecstatic that his son sounded better than he ever had, the scholarship auditions are […] more ››
In Their Own Words
"I have played many horns as a professional trumpet player - including horns of fellow players - and I feel that the Gen X is the best horn out there today. From the first 3 or 4 notes I played on it, I knew something was different about this horn. It was not only the ease of playing it but the sound is... just better. This horn makes it fun to play trumpet. I play a variety of styles, including lead trumpet, cornet solos, concertos, jazz, etc., and the Gen X allows me to do it all on one horn and have a great time doing it."
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