Trumpet Maintenance

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.

Maintenance Videos

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.

Contact us to set up an appointment.

Latest Blog Post

Beware of Phishing Scam

One of our distributors just received an email that appears to have come from us. The return email address has our domain. The message header has a nice Edwards logo. The footer includes our correct contact information. It’s the stuff in the middle that makes it dangerous. First, the content: “This announcement has been uploaded for your kind […] more ››

In Their Own Words

Leonard Candelaria

"The construction and the workmanship of Edwards trumpets are outstanding. The valves, made by parent company Getzen, are superb and are generally regarded as the smoothest in the industry. The modular design of the Gen II and Gen X trumpets allows the player to evaluate different individual components (bells, leadpipes, and valve groups of both bore sizes, .460" and .462" inches) without changing the entire instrument. This helps eliminate much of the confusion players encounter when trying to assess the subtle differences in playing qualities between components and makes it truly possible for one to custom fit a trumpet to their particular needs."

Leonard Candelaria
Professor of Trumpet, University of Alabama-Birmingham