Bb-trumpets

“Sturm”

Model Storm is well-balanced in weight and sound. The sound is rich in harmonic content, light and smooth and controllable at louder dynamics. This is the perfect instrument for musicians who prefer less weight and a big sound. It is Jack-of-all-trades, with easy response and reliable slotting.   This is definitely a bright and comfortable instrument that is easy to blow!

Technical details:

  • lightweight lead pipe with a lightweight receiver
  • lightweight nickel silver rings
  • bell diameter: 125mm
  • MAW valves, bore 11,7mm
  • weight: circa 1050g

Sound example by Sven Klammer

“Drang”

Trumpet players who prefer higher resistance and a heavier weight should take a look at this model. The solid design has a strong and rich sound. It has a high-load capacity in playing forte giving it a good projection and the ability to easily play in a group.

Technical details:

  • special lead pipe with a heavy weight receiver
  • solid nickel silver rings
  • bell diameter: 125mm
  • MAW valves, bore 11,7mm
  • weight: circa 1100g

Sound example by Sven Klammer

“Tumultus”

Tumultus is the heaviest Böhme trumpet. With this specially designed reversed lead pipe, you have an extra free-flow effect and instant feedback while playing. The instrument´s L bell produces a dark and strong sound on your trumpet without failing in the center of its range at higher dynamic levels. It is a great model for jazz music and an soloists. For musicians who want to play in the high registers, there is another bell, the M bell. Your sound will be brighter, crunchier and more centered. A trumpet for big bands and brass bands.

Technial details:

  • heavy weight reversed lead pipe with a heavyweight receiver
  • solid nickel silver rings
  • bell diameter: 125mm or 135mm
  • MAW valves, bore 11,7mm
  • weight: circa 1150g

Sound example by Michael Rodriguez

Sound example by Julian Wasserfuhr

“Clarus”

It needed three prototypes and a lot of intermediate steps to get to this lead and commercial horn. You can see the similarity to the “Tumultus” – but it’s more than a well trained sister. The horn is perfectly set for playing in the highest registers even so you’ll have a big sound with a formable tone. Clarus means shine and brilliant – That’s it!

Big thanks to Marko Mebus for all his help and new ideas. This is his horn for everything!

Technical details:

  • heavy weight reversed lead pipe with a heavyweight receiver
  • lightweight nickel silver rings
  • bell diameter: 125mm
  • MAW valves, bore 11,7mm
  • weight: circa g