NOS Martin T3465 Committee
The Martin Committee has as storied a history of any trumpet from the 20th century. Originally developed in the early 1940's, the Committee saw many revisions until the eventual demise of the Martin company in 2007. This trumpet is a Martin Committee model T3465, made in Kenosha, Wisconsin in the mid-1970's. The Kenosha Committees were designed by Larry Ramirez and have a different bell, leadpipe, and bore size compared to the classic Elkhart-made Martin Committees. Despite these changes, the T3465 model keeps a lot of the aesthetics of the original models, not to mention its rich sound. This trumpet has a slightly larger wrap than the vintage models, making it quite comfortable to hold.
This trumpet is "New-Old-Stock" and is in near-mint condition. This trumpet is as close to new as possible for a 50-year-old instrument, so don't miss out on a chance to own a piece of Martin history!