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Repair and Modifications are 95 / hour



Regular trumpet cleaning is highly recommended to maintain the instrument's optimal performance and longevity. Over time, dirt, oils, and residue can accumulate inside the tubing, affecting the trumpet's tone, responsiveness, and overall playability. Cleaning the trumpet thoroughly removes these contaminants, ensuring clear air passage and allowing the instrument to produce its characteristic vibrant sound. Additionally, regular cleaning helps prevent the buildup of corrosion, which can lead to costly repairs or irreversible damage if left untreated. By keeping your trumpet clean, you are not only preserving its value but also ensuring that it continues to deliver the best possible playing experience. Whether you are a student, professional musician, or music enthusiast, regular trumpet cleaning is a vital part of instrument maintenance and care.

What is involved in a trumpet cleaning?

Disassemble the trumpet, removing valves, slides, and mouthpiece.

Soak the parts (excluding valves) in warm soapy water or a cleaning solution.

Brush the interior of the tubing to remove dirt and grime.

Clean the valves separately using valve brushes and solution.

Clean slides using slide cleaning brushes and solution.

Utilize ultrasonic cleaning for a thorough and deep cleanse of the trumpet parts.

Polish the outer surfaces of the trumpet to remove tarnish and restore shine.

Remove minor dents and scratches from the trumpet body, bell, or other components.

Replace bumpers and water key cork as needed.

Reassemble the trumpet, applying lubricants like valve oil and slide grease.

Conduct a play test to ensure the trumpet is in optimal playing condition.

Make any necessary adjustments or fine-tuning based on the play test results.

Conduct a final inspection for any remaining dirt or residue.

Make any additional adjustments if needed.


How much does it cost?

100, which includes service labor and parts



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