Phaeton PHTP-3030 Silver Plated  Professional Pocket Trumpet
  • Phaeton PHTP-3030 Silver Plated  Professional Pocket Trumpet
  • Phaeton PHTP-3030 Silver Plated  Professional Pocket Trumpet
  • Phaeton PHTP-3030 Silver Plated  Professional Pocket Trumpet - PHTP-3030
  • Phaeton PHTP-3030 Silver Plated  Professional Pocket Trumpet - PHTP-3030
  • Phaeton PHTP-3030 Silver Plated  Professional Pocket Trumpet - PHTP-3030
  • Phaeton PHTP-3030 Silver Plated  Professional Pocket Trumpet
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    Phaeton Pocket Trumpets are virtual clones of our great full size trumpets. Same short stroke
    pistons; same bell construction; same bore size; same trim components and same case.
    These great trumpets have the best “tight wrap” design available in the market. This
    perfectly balanced instrument is designed for players who are looking for that
    special/unique brilliant sound produced only by Pocket Trumpets.
    These horns are ideal for small Jazz and Dixie combos when that unique “Pocket” sound is
    most desirable. Phaeton Pocket Trumpets are ranked as the finest horn of its type produced.
    All technical specifications are the same as the Bb/C full size trumpets.

    Bell: One

    Piece Solid Brass

    126mm/ 4 7/8” w/soldered bell wire ring

    Receiver: Mid Weight Solid Brass
    Lead Pipe: Fast taper design

    Bore: ML 11.68mm/.460”
    Slides: Outside Brass/inside Solid Nickel Silver
    Springs: Enclosed Bronze barrel design
    Pistons: Short Stroke Monel w/Red Brass ports.
    Bracing: Virgin Yellow Brass
    Valve Caps: Heavy Weight
    Finger Buttons: Heavy Weight Machined Brass
    Finish: Bright Silver Plate

    The Manufacturer warranties this item for

    Five Years from Date of Purchase on All Parts And Labor

    and

    Six Months from Date of Purchase on the finish

    The Phaeton Pocket Trumpet is a marvelous instrument that is between a trumpet and a cornet. I have wanted a pocket trumpet for years but have not been able to find one that I would consider anything but a novelty. The Phaeton Pocket Trumpet is a fine instrument that one can use in performance. I take it when I travel and enjoy practicing on it and also know that I could perform on it if the occasion arose.

    Dennis Najoom - Principal Trumpet Chair Milwaukee Symphony

    Overall Customer Rating of 7 Reviews:

    Phaeton Pocket Trumpet

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    I received my pocket trumpet Wednesday. Just wanted to tell you what I thought of it. Excellent playing horn, great quality and terrific for the money I paid. Very impressed! I am a band director/music teacher 40+ yr brass player Thanks

    Phaeton Pocket Trumpet

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    I found this pocket trumpet to be a quantum leap from the Amati pocket trumpet and that it plays mostly like a regular pro horn or maybe an intermediate one but in other words its not a horn you have to limit to playing only at home and travel, or a novelty, its a really good horn. I like the .460 bore, that is the same big bore my flugelhorn from Yamaha has and it sounds biggest in the lower register. As you go up near high C notes need to be held together with a strong embouchure and so its not perfect but if I work with it a while I am sure I will have it playing High Gs over C at a minimum, Phaeton seems to have its act together

    Big sound � almost what you get from a full size trumpet

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    I have had the opportunity to own five different pocket trumpets. Most were made in China but my Kanstul 905 pocket was built in the USA. Out of all these pocket trumpets the only one i wish i would have kept was the Phaeton 303(silver plated). I enjoyed it even more then the $1700+ Kanstul pocket (at les than half the price). It was a solid well-made pocket with absolutely GREAT valves. The valve buttons and top/bottom caps were of the heavy style. Furthermore, the buttons were slightly concave, I loved the feel. I even used it on a gig!! The bell was full-sized coming in at about 4 ? inches in diameter. All my mutes fit perfectly. When using my practice mute, it was great to practice with late at night or in a motel room. The case was well made and had room for my practice mute. Personally, Id like to get one again in the future!!

    The phaeton Pocket Trumpet

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    The Phaeton Pocket Trumpet is a marvelous instrument that is between a trumpet and cornet. I have wanted a pocket trumpet for years but have not been able to find one that I would consider anything but a novelty. The Phaeton Pocket Trumpet is a fine instrument that one can use in performance. I take it when I travel and enjoy practicing on it and also know that I could perform on it if the occasion arose

    Best pocket trumpet ever!!

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    This pocket trumpet is the best pocket trumpet I have ever played. It has a full sound like a standard size trumpet. The valves are the same as a full size trumpet. When I play it, it feels like I am playing a full size trumpet, but it fits in my hand.