Jungwirth has been restoring brass instruments since 1987, and in the more recent years have started producing their own horns. Their shop is located just outside of Vienna.
The most notable attribute of this horn is the triangular valve pattern. They are set up this way so that the air is only ever moving in a single direction, rather than returning to the change valve before coming out of the bell. The rotor valves utilize mechanical linkage similar to a lot of Vienna horns. It is made with unlacquered yellow brass and it has a fixed bell. There is both a pinky hook and duck foot soldered on for the left hand, and main tuning slides have three Amano water keys. The compression is fantastic at 0.5 and this horn has been professionally played and maintained. Comes with a fixed bell horn case.
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