Le ho già caldeggiate ad Onerati e forse per Settembre le prendono, speriamo...
Stanotte ho chiamato Ewan e ci ho fatto due chiacchiere, persona veramente carina e disponibile, incollo la sua risposta che poi mi ha anche scritto:
Nice to meet you. I have heard of this forum before, but because I don't speak Italian, I haven't spent much time there.
Here is some more information about my trumpets for your forum members.
I currently have 3 Bb trumpet models and 1 C model. I am working on a flugelhorn and another Bb.
The Bb models are The Standard Bell, the Large Bell and the Sidewinder.
The Standard Bell has an 11.7mm bore and 132mm bell flare. It has a familiar trumpet sound but with more core and quick response.
The Large Bell has an 11.7mm bore and 140mm bell flare. It has a very wide, warm sound. It is my most popular model.
The Sidewinder is 11.7mm and has a 125mm bell flare with yellow brass spout and bronze flare. It is made to be bright and very directional. It has a sterling silver leadpipe. It is especially good for high register playing.
The C is based on the Standard bell design, but with a 125mm bell flare an 11.73mm bore. It has a shorter bell than a typical C, which lets the leadpipe be longer. This makes it very in tune. It has a wonderful brilliant sound that would fit well in any orchestra or chamber group. Because the bell is shorter, you can hear the instrument better as well.
I have attached photos of each instrument.
The reason my instruments are priced lower than many other trumpet brands is because I build trumpets out of the store that I do brass repairs at. This means I don't have to pay to rent a shop and pay all the extra fees as if I had my own workshop. I do, however, build my trumpets with the highest quality parts that I can get. I use Getzen valves and Taylor bells. I am currently setting up a bell spinning lathe at my shop to make the bells myself. The other components I make myself.
I do have 2 customers in Italy, and I am delivering another trumpet to Italy this week. One is in Gambatesa, one is in Rome and the next one is going to Ferrazzano.
Thank you, and everyone on the forum for being interested in my instruments.