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This bugle design was introduced by Mr. James Lawson, who was Bandmaster of Royal Artillery Mounted Band between 1856-1886. It is made entirely of brass and has a quick-change rotary valve switch, with a roller ball and a flat spring, that allows to play this instrument as a bugle in C, or a trumpet in E-flat. It has a small brass adaptor at the mouthpiece receiver to connect a separate chromatic valve section, and an extra straight tuning bit. Nominal pitch: C or E-flat.

  • Measurements:Length: 395mm; Height: 183mm; Bell diameter: 119mm; Sounding length (bugle): 1135mm; Sounding length (trumpet): 1965mm; Tuning bit: 105mm