Benge Trumpet

The Legacy of Benge Trumpets

Everybody loves the sound of a large ensemble of professional musicians playing the classical ballad of Mozart or Bach. But how is this beautiful sound created and why does the sound seem off sometimes? The answer to both of these questions is actually in the instrumentation of the ensemble, and not in the talent or skills of the musicians. It is true that a practiced musician can make a better sound than a beginner, but having a finely tuned and beautifully crafted instrument can have a much larger effect on the sound that is heard by the audience.

One of the most important instruments in the ensemble that always needs to be tuned correctly is the trumpet. The trumpet is seen as the heart of the band because it is one of the loudest and most heard instruments in an ensemble. One of the companies that is currently competing for the business of trumpet players everywhere is Benge Trumpets. The company was started by Elden Benge, a child genius that started playing when he was seven and became a professional musician at the age of fourteen. He developed his first custom trumpet for a member of the Chicago Symphony in 1939. This led to Benge trumpets for sale all around the world.

Ever since, Benge has been producing some of the world’s best trumpets for some of the world’s best musicians. The young artist had to stop playing professionally so that he could devote all of his time in producing some of the best trumpets around. This company currently manufactures B flat trumpets, the Benge piccolo trumpet, and the Benge pocket trumpet.

Each of these trumpets is beautifully crafted and made in a way to produce some of the best sounds the trumpet community has ever heard. Many of these trumpets are custom made for professional players and musicians. Famous musicians such as Ed Anderson and James Akins have played Benge instruments. These trumpets are usually hand crafted and made with some of the finest materials they are. The bell is created with excellent craftsmanship and polished to make a gorgeous shine.

Having a wonderfully crafted instrument can be the difference between making it or breaking it as an ensemble. Having a wonderfully crafted trumpet means that the trumpet can create beautiful music that is always on key and always in tune. These trumpets are built with some of the best materials and are made to create a beautiful sound no matter what setting they are in. The key to having a perfect sounding band is to create a perfect sounding instrument.  So, you should look for a Benge trumpet for sale.

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LOT of 7 Trombone Baritone Mouthpieces Bach and Benge


LOT of 7 Trombone Baritone Mouthpieces Bach and Benge

$100.00

Vintage 1977 Los Angeles Benge 3 Professional Trumpet with Original Case


Vintage 1977 Los Angeles Benge  3 Professional Trumpet with Original Case

$695.00

Professional BENGE Trumpet in brass cleaned and polished


Professional BENGE Trumpet in brass cleaned and polished

$1,000.00

BENGE 3x PLUS MLP TRUMPET989471BEAUTIFUL FULL SERVICEREADY EXCELLENT


BENGE 3x PLUS MLP TRUMPET989471BEAUTIFUL FULL SERVICEREADY EXCELLENT

$850.00

Benge 3x MLP serial no 21212 1977 Bb trumpet


Benge 3x MLP serial no 21212 1977 Bb trumpet

$500.00

Vintage Bb Chicago Benge Trumpet 1943 in Excellent condition


Vintage Bb Chicago Benge Trumpet 1943 in Excellent condition

$1,600.00

Burbank ML Benge C Trumpet in raw brass MINTY MINT


Burbank ML Benge C Trumpet in raw brass MINTY MINT

$1,625.00

Rare Custom Benge 3x trumpet


Rare Custom Benge 3x trumpet

$2,800.00

BENGE TRUMPET RESNO TEMPERED BELL 3 CUSTOM BUILT E BENGE LOS ANGELES CALIF


BENGE TRUMPET RESNO TEMPERED BELL 3 CUSTOM BUILT E BENGE LOS ANGELES CALIF

$1,000.00

Benge 90 B trumpet great condition with accessories


Benge 90 B trumpet great condition with accessories

$800.00

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