Many of our clients have been asking to take the classic design concept of the Martin trumpets of the mid-20th century and fix some of the issues on these horns (i.e. not optimal intonation, slotting, and narrow sound color options). The result after much prototype work came one this model. We do offer this in two bore options, a .453 (11.51) medium bore and a .468 (11.89) Large bore.
(Adams Selected Model: .50 Yellow Brass Bell, Copper lacquered)
|Bore||L .468" (11.9 mm)/M .453" (11.5 mm)|
|Bell diameter||L 5"(127 mm)/M 4.725" (120 mm)|
|Valves||3 x top center stainless steel|
|Bell Thickness||0.50 MM - 0.55 MM|
Other finishes available on request, contact us for details. For brushed/satin finishes please add a note to your order.
Want to hear the M bore in a comparison to the L bore?
Check out a scrolling 360-degree view of the A9 trumpet (click and drag):
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Large bore in satin!
Medium bore in satin!
Here's a recent review (4.18.17) from a happy A9 customer Larry P:
"Having played a number of older Martin Committees, which can be inconsistent in quality and playability, I decided to go for the Adams A9. Knowing the consistent quality of Adams, I took the leap of faith—and I am so glad I did. This is not only a beautiful instrument, it is a joy to play. The large bore (.468) gives it an easy blow but not over exerting. What I really love is the tone quality. It is rich from the bottom to the top. I feel that this instrument can be used for a wide variety of styles, not just jazz. Adams, you pulled it off!!"