Absolutely, pTrumpet is made from exciting new plastic materials, but it sounds and plays just the same as a metal (brass) one…

The pTrumpet can integrate into any band or ensemble and tune as normal.

pTrumpet was developed by Warwick Music Group.

The design, development and testing team of pTrumpet are all committed brass musicians unified by a passion to widen access to brass playing and music
making. At the heart of pTrumpet is the desire to put a fun, light, robust and cost effective instrument in the hands of as many people as possible all around
the world.

We don’t sell direct to the public but you can find a dealer in the UK or the contact details of our international distributors in the “how to buy” section of this website.

There is lots of information in our “care and maintenance” section.

pTrumpet is incredibly tough compared to a brass trumpet, this however does not mean that it is indestructible and you should always try to look after your
pTrumpet.

pTrumpets are suitable for all levels of players – from the first instrument for a complete beginner – to a student studying and professionals gigging. Our sister instrument pBone has sold 100,000 all over the world – there are as many uses for pTrumpet as there are imaginative trumpet players.

Absolutely, pTrumpet was conceived as an educational instrument and holds European CE certification.

Yes, pTrumpet can be used with standard brass mouthpieces such as a Bach or Yamaha but is best suited to the plastic mouthpiece it is supplied with.

ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is a commonly used thermoplastic polymer that is strong and tough. All the coloured parts of pTrumpet are made from this material.

To get started simply insert the mouthpiece gently into the mouthpiece receiver on the main body of your pTrumpet.

Remove tuning slide. Apply a generous amount of tuning slide grease or petroleum jelly to each slide and spread over entire surface. Insert tuning slide completely into receivers and wipe off excess grease with a soft cloth.

You will need to clean the valves regularly and also the inside of the lead-pipe of your pTrumpet. pTrumpet is coated with industry leading microbe technology – Biocote, to help reduce the risk of bacteria growth inside your instrument – however you should always thoroughly clean this product after use. This technology is not a substitute for good hygiene.

To maintain your instrument’s finish, never clean with hot water, chemical agents or harsh detergents or solvents. Use only lukewarm water for cleaning purposes. The coloured parts can be cleaned with a soft cloth.
Any minor damage to the coloured plastic may be mended with superglue.

Yes pTrumpet has CE certification.

To get started simply insert the mouthpiece gently into the mouthpiece receiver on the main body of your pTrumpet.

Remove tuning slide. Apply a generous amount of tuning slide grease or petroleum jelly to each slide and spread over entire surface. Insert tuning slide completely into receivers and wipe off excess grease with a soft cloth.

You will need to clean the valves regularly and also the inside of the lead-pipe of your pTrumpet. pTrumpet is coated with industry leading microbe technology – Biocote, to help reduce the risk of bacteria growth inside your instrument – however you should always thoroughly clean this product after use. This technology is not a substitute for good hygiene.

To maintain your instrument’s finish, never clean with hot water, chemical agents or harsh detergents or solvents. Use only lukewarm water for cleaning purposes. The coloured parts can be cleaned with a soft cloth.
Any minor damage to the coloured plastic may be mended with superglue.