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Have a trade-in?
Have a Bach, Yamaha, Schilke, pre-UMI Benge, Dominick Calicchio, LA Olds, or similar trumpet you would like to trade towards a state-of-the-art Callet NY Soloist or SIMA? Send us an email and we will promptly respond with a quote of its trade-in value*.
*Include a brief description - Make, Model, Pitch, Finish, and Condition: Trade-in
*See how we use our Descriptive Terms
Recently traded trumpets available for purchase:
We do not sell horns with known problems unless the problems are announced upfront. All of our used horns are trade-ins on new Callet SIMA or NY Soloist trumpets. Most have been owned by professionals so they've been properly cared for. We don't service the horns, but we look them over and play them before moving them on at good prices "as is". Sorry, we do not take trades towards used trumpets.
Gold plated Flip Oakes Wild Thing in Bb, #618x. Genuine
gold plate in excellent condition, 2 tiny dings on bell near tuning slide bow
(look closely at pic of bell). The Wild Thing, with it's .470 bore and
slow-taper, extra large bell throat, is popular among trumpeters that like an
extremely wide sound as well as those who prefer the blow of an extra large
bore. No case or mouthpiece. $
Jerome Callet designed his D/Eb trumpet as a replacement for the piccolo trumpet. Because the D/Eb has a true pedal register, the sound is much fuller, richer, and more powerful than even the finest piccolo. Finish is silver plate with genuine gold brush on top. Includes separate tuning slides for D and Eb .... $1800 Add to CART
Very fine pro performance from a renowned classic, Conn 60B "Super Constellation" in Bb, serial #K555xxV. Serial number indicates that this is from the very first production run, 1967. Reputed to be a favorite of Kenton's lead player, Buddy Childers, has a .458 bore and 4 5/8" bell. Plays with a moderately wide, open sound with good brilliance that does not lose its center focus. 100% silver, but needs a nice polishing. Has some small dings and surface scuffs, but still in very good cosmetic condition. One small dent on bell near 1st valve, easy spot to remove. If you are in need of an especially well made professional trumpet in this price range you can't go wrong with this one. No case or mouthpiece .... $850 Add to CART
Schilke B5 Bb trumpet, purchased new in 2015 and still in as-new condition -
not a ding, dent, or wear mark on it. The B5 is like Schilke's initial B1 design
but with an upgrade to a full copper bell for a richer and smoother tone. Plus,
a slightly tighter bell flare for a little added resistance. Medium large bore,
5" bell. The B5 is known for it's very quick response and brilliant tone, yet
the copper bell takes the edge off the B1 which can sound a bit brittle when
pushed. No case or mouthpiece .... $
Schilke S42 in Bb, in practically mint condition. Light
surface scratches on top female end of tuning slide, otherwise appears genuinely
mint. No dents, dings, or pings. Silver is 100% with no signs of red rot.
Valves, slides, and compression are like new. A primary model of Schilke's new
designs after the B series, the S42 begins with a medium bore and expands to a
medium-large flare on a full 5" bell. The S42 is similar to the equally popular
S32 but with an easier blow and denser core. Dizzy Gillespie, Roger Ingram, Alan
Wise, Alan Rubin, and many others have made the S42 one of the most recorded
trumpets in contemporary music. Schilke's new S43HD continues the tradition of
the S42 but with a heavier gauge valve section for a pinch more weight to the
sound, though at a sacrifice of some of the S42's quick response. No case or
Our trade-in trumpets are sold as is. Sorry, no demo period for our trade-in horns.
*Trade-in dollars are non-transferable and non-returnable. They available exclusively as credit towards the purchase of a new Callet SIMA or NY Soloist trumpet.
* We visually inspect every leadpipe for red rot. If we see any clear signs of existing red rot then we'll note it in the horn's individual description. If red rot is not noted in the description that means we do not see any clear signs after visible inspection of the outside surface of the horn and inside the leadpipe.