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E.M. Winston • Boston • c2000

Winston evidently imports these instruments, probably from Taiwan or China.  I would say the quality is decent and the instrument is quite playable – but not up to the construction or playing quality of Jupiter.

From what I’ve observed, Winston sold two versions of their pocket trumpet.  This is the earlier type; the second being a “taller” profile, which would be easier to hold. From what I can tell, they have discontinued selling both pocket trumpets.

This could be decent low-cost choice for somebody who wants an occasional player or travel horn for practicing.  I did a few adjustments to the valves and springs on this one before I was satisfied.


Length (mpc removed): 95”

Bell Diameter: 3.5”

Bore: .455


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