Jupiter XO 1602S trumpet review

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Squid 7667 says:

Hey, I play trumpet too. If you wouldn’t mind, I’d like to hear how both of your horns sound, like a comparison video between this and your Holton. Or just a video that actually has you playing the Jupiter (I’m more interested in the Jupiter’s sound). Thanks.

Pablo C. says:

excuse me my limited english, but you said your trumpet costed 800 U$S???
Thanks guy,

Jesus Hernandez says:

Can u make a video comparing the Bach 72 model to this Jupiter XO.. Am looking to buy one of these trumpets am just undecided which one is better that would really help me…

Seddiefan31 says:

Yeah it plays bettert han my friend Bach Strad model 72 from the 70’s. and i just got one yesterday, a dillon music one that covers everything my hand touches on the trumpet for ten dollars. Thanks for the tip though, and thanks for commenting!

zeeofman says:

Nice horn only heard good reviews about the 1600 series..to protect your valve causing where your hand holds around the valves invest $10.00 in a Bach Valve guard made of leather they seem to fit every horn I have owned. Otherwise the acid in your sweat in your hands will gradually take off the that pretty silver finish around the valve casing.

ajuishkur says:

would you recommend that trumpet? or which of those would you choose right know : KANSTUL, CCT 900 S, Kuhnl & Hoyer – UNIVERSAL II, Kuhnl & Hoyer – TOPLINE LEAD S, Conn 52BSP Connstellation, King 2055T Silver Flair, Stomvi CLASSICA ML , GETZEN CAPRI 590 S , Jupiter 1602 s with reverse pipe 🙂 ??

colourlessbluethings says:

He said 1,800. American people say eighteen hundred.

Jesus Hernandez says:

I am interested on the Lightweight model 72 bach Strad or this one Jupiter XO… By the way is this lightweight or regular weight?

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