Lechgold PT-910S Piccolo Trumpet

  • Bore: 11.8 mm
  • Bell: 105 mm
  • Long construction, silver-plated brass
  • Heavy hexagonal gilded caps
  • With A trigger, Klier Cornet USA Line 7DW mouthpiece and case
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Delivery time 1 - 3 working days
Delivery on Wednesday, 26.01.2022, if you order within  3 Hrs. 42 Min. with Express delivery.
Finance from 14,79 € per month Product number: 00043552

A dream in silver!

The multi-step production process and final inspection by a brass instrument maker guarantee consistently high quality and the best intonation.

High-quality piccolotrumpetwith professional features
The Lechgold PT-910S is distinguished by its balanced rounded tonal character and its comfortable response. Good quality and elaborate workmanship are evident from the brass bell to the nickel inner slides down to the last detail.

The body
The body is the heart of every brass instrument. Before an instrument leaves for delivery, it is inspected in our own brass workshop to make sure it is ready to play so that you know you will get a great playing and reliable instrument.

Sound Quality
By using high-quality materials, Classic Cantabile instruments have an outstanding sound character in all registers. Easy response and flawless intonation will give you playing joy!

The PT-910S can be tuned from Bb to A with the A trigger. The fourth valve completes its tonal range.

4th valve
The 4th valve gives this trumpet a greater range and improves intonation.


Tuning Bb
Number of valves 4
Colour Silver
Finish silver-plated
Bore L
Type of valves Pump valves
Bell material Brass


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Review from Claudia on 12.12.2021
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Intonation not good
Review from Anonymus on 29.02.2020
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I have since 4 days a Lechgold Piccolo Trumpet PT 910S.
From the look a very nice instrument with a good machine.
The valves run very well.
Problems I have so far with the intonation.
Some notes are too low.
Especially with the F 2 you have to readjust extremely.
I still have the hope that it is partly due to the supplied JK mouthpiece.
For this reason I have now ordered 3 mouthpieces from different manufacturers, so that I can get an idea.
If the intonation does not improve, I will send the trumpet back.
The sound is ok....
Comment of Musikhaus Kirstein:

Vielen Dank für Ihre kritische Bewertung. Sicherlich kann man über das Mundstück bei der Intonation noch viel erreichen. Bei einem Instrument dieser Größe machen sich Nuancen bemerkbar.

Trombino Bb/la
Review from Pietro on 24.10.2019
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The trumpet has already been tested in a brass and woodwind group, it turns out to be quite tuneful, with a very clear and ringing tone, easy even for those who want to undertake the study of this particular instrument spending a reasonable amount of money.
Schilke Piccolo in guter Kopie!
Review from Andreas on 09.11.2018
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It is amazing what has been achieved with this copy of the world famous Schilke- Piccolo Trumpet:
The first impression when unpacking: The noble appearance of the finely silver-plated instrument in its chic case. But what are the tonal qualities of the instrument ?
The first notes with my own piccolo mouthpiece ( Bach- Cornett- mouthpiece 7D ) and the A- pin ( it is generally recommended, also with other brands, for intonation reasons ) were very good in the middle to high scale range, the low notes I would have to re-intonate with the slightly common tuning slides. But this is necessary with all small trumpets due to their construction.
And the first pieces ? As a trumpet player you have a lot to do during the Christmas season. I played a few passages from the WO for a recent occasion. The sound is round, not obtrusive, as I find, with my mouthpiece noble in sound. A little more blowing resistance than the original Schilke Piccolo there is already. If one plays WO 1st trumpet, I could imagine this rather on the original to make. But I already know that I am looking forward to the 7 WO assignments this year in the 2nd voice, because with this instrument it is already possible for me to develop my own individual tone after a short time. Now as a professional musician I am more able to do this.
But I can also recommend this instrument to an amateur player, someone who wants to gain more experience on piccolo trumpets.
He should definitely prefer it to the trumpets that cost just under 300 Euros. One could easily be disappointed there - to put it mildly. Great trumpets that are worth their money can be found for 300,-!
The Lechgold Piccolo is "only" a copy, but what does that mean? Some time ago Yamaha also produced copies with considerable success, and at an affordable price. The Lechgold Piccolo series is just as serious!

Questions about product

Gibt es bei diesen Instrument auch mit Trompeten schafft. . Spiele auf einer Jahmaha 9835 und suche eine 2 Picoolo. .. vg Harald
Question by Harald Schuck on 26.05.2019
Answer by Frank Gallitschke - Musikhaus Kirstein
Nein, da die Piccolo einem amerikanischen Vorbild nachempfunden wurde, hat sie einen Cornet-Schaft.

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