is the world's first all-plastic Trumpet that's lightweight, sounds great and won't break the bank. Designed by musicians, this pTrumpet
in blue is fully functional and really accessible, making it perfect for trumpeters of all ages and abilities.
The Plastic Trumpet really has to be heard to be believed. It was long thought impossible, but the people at pTrumpet have managed to create a superbly-designed, unbeatable-sounding plastic instrument at a shockingly affordable price. The fully-plastic valve system offers a lightweight feel to the touch, but one that is robust and sturdy owing to the patented lead pipe technology - ensuring it will stand up to bumps and knocks.
Tuned to B flat, the adjustable main, first and third tuning slides also allow you to explore the versatility of the instrument, while enjoying the consistent quality that it delivers. Each instrument comes with a 3c and 5c plastic mouthpiece, but can also be used with traditional metal mouthpieces. A great deal of thought has gone into the design of the pTrumpet, it's shape helps to secure good posture and hand positioning, while the colours make sure it stands out from the crowd.
The possibilities for an instrument like this are endless. It is already being used to a predictably revolutionary effect in education, getting young children excited about what is usually a prohibitively expensive instrument, and the funky colour helps of course! As a plus, the plastic incorporates a patented anti-microbial technology to help maximise safety when used in an educational setting. Not only this, but if you are a professional musician, you wouldn't want to carry your expensive brass Trumpet around where it could get damaged, so this item is ideal - and it even comes with a handy carry bag for easy transportation.
Offering unparalleled versatility, portability and accessibility, the pTrumpet is already making waves throughout the world. Don't be left behind, join the Plastic Trumpet revolution today.
Don't take our word for it, though, see international soloist Alison Balsom and her pTrumpet in action below.