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Heidi has been working for a number of years at Normans progressing from the Saturday Sales Assistant to a Brass Specialist. A grade 8 player she loves to play all genres of music spanning Classical to Jazz. With over ten years of playing both the Trumpet and Cornet this is, of course, what she loves to write blogs about.
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So you need some advice looking for a more advanced trumpet? Check out this Normans blog for advice on brands and different models.
This is a funny stage to define and there is no obvious answer as to which Trumpet would be your ideal. In many ways choosing the best Instrument for you depends on what you are already playing.
I've got some of the best cornets that I think are most suitable for an advanced cornet player. Also some useful things to look for when buying a cornet.
Whether you're a child playing for the first time or an experienced player taking up a new instrument. Here are some cornets that I think are best for beginner and intermediate players.
A few ways to love your Cornet (or Trumpet) a little bit more; I've given you a few ways to ensure you look after your Cornet (trumpet)
There are many different types of brass and woodwind instrument lyres. Read this article to find out which one is best for you and your instrument.