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S.E. Shires CN7A Bb Cornet

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The Model 7A Cornet in B♭ has quickly become a widely respected cornet for orchestral players and brass band players alike. It produces a brilliant, singing tone with marvelous projection and easy, centered response in all registers. The centered “A” bell taper produces a focused sound and facilitates projection. The C1 leadpipe provides an ideal combination of stability and flexibility, and the free-blowing character compliments the centered bell taper. Yellow-brass balusters and valve caps contribute to the warmth of the sound, increase the core, and facilitate seamless articulation. This cornet makes a great choice as an all-around instrument for performance in
a wide variety of musical settings.

• Key: B♭
• Bore: .462 inch
• 7A bell: one-piece, hand-hammered “A” (centered) taper in standard-weight yellow brass with traditionally
brazed seam and standard bead
• C1 leadpipe
• Light weight body with Shepherd’s crook
• Piston material: hand-lapped Monel
• Valve cluster: two-piece casings, standard weight, with yellow-brass balusters
• Lower valve caps: light weight yellow brass
• Bell engraving: S.E. Shires makers mark, model designation, and traditional oral pattern
• Finish: silver plate
• Includes S.E. Shires cornet case, mouthpiece, and care kit


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