The world's first truly functional plastic trumpet available in brightly colored ABS Plastic. The Tiger is durable, playable, fun and affordable!
Ideal for everyone - from younger students, school bands on budget, marching bands, players that need a back-up trumpet (for times not practical to bring other instrument) to professional players - or for any trumpet player that wants a unique addition to their trumpet collection. Currently available in four colors - blue, red, pink and purple. Where will you play your Tiger?
B flat trumpet
Removable 1st, 3rd and Main tuning slides
Pistons and casing sleeve made of aircraft 6061-T6 aluminum
Bore size = .464
Bell size = 5 inches, emblazoned with Tiger logo
ABS plastic - durable and dent proof
Light weight - 1 lb. with case 4 lb.
Includes Warburton Delrin Tiger 3C mouthpiece in Tiger Yellow , Tiger slide lubricant and specially formulated Tiger valve lubricant
Plastic Case included
Colors available - red, blue, pink, purple
$295 plus shipping $28 domestic UPS except AK and HI, $65 USPS Express AK and HI. $80 International USPS E
QC inspected and play tested by Warburton
90 day warranty
Caution: must use tiger lube lubricant. Usage of any petroleum based oil is damaging to pistons and voids warranty.
The Tiger Trumpet is a successful collaboration of brass Instrument designer and manufacturer Rheinsound Music of Beijing and Terry Warburton of the USA. Rheinsound Music is responsible for manufacturing and marketing the instruments. Warburton Music participates in product quality supervision and final inspection of the finished products.
This is the first truly playable plastic (ABS plastic) trumpet manufactured. It may look like a toy but after you play one, you realize that it is indeed a musical instrument.
The parts are meticulously manufactured and assembled in John’s (Qiang Zhong) brass instrument factory by the same skilled people who build the fine line of RheinSound Design trombones and trumpets. John’s experienced team of assemblers is familiar with the precision required to assemble a brass instrument – ensuring that each Tiger Trumpet is built correctly.