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The 1650 XO Brass Double Horn
The 1650 XO Brass Double Horn
The1634 Tenor Trombone
The1634 Tenor Trombone
The XO Brand - Designed for Excellence
The XO Brand - Designed for Excellence

XO Arts

This horn is consistently warm sounding and easy to play on both sides of the instrument, making it the best new double horn option out there.
- Jennifer Kummer, XO Artist
"The XO 1634 is a groundbreaking instrument, combining that classic sound with a lightweight feel and a quick, free-blowing response, facilitating an ease of playing like no other horn of its kind."
- John Fedchock, XO Artist & 1634 Developer
"XO Trumpets are designed to deliver a gorgeous sound with an even register. This evenness allows me to play very efficiently, keeping clarity of tone and brilliance all the way through the most demanding performances."
- Steve O'Connor, Presidio Brass

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We are at the International Trumpet Guild (ITG) with an excellent selection of XO trumpets! #xobrass #itg2024 International Trumpet Guild (Official)
XO Brass artist Darren Kramer recently performed on trombone and electronics as the Guest Artist in Residence at the Colorado Mesa University Jazz Festival! #xobrass
XO Artist Chris Miertschin using his 1650 Double horn with the Salina Symphony! #Repost @miertschinmusic ・・・ Last weekend marked the finale of my third season with the @salina_symphony and it was a good one! Bright Sheng’s work was a beautiful way to open the concert, and Brahms 1 on second horn is no joke, but so fun to play! #XOBrass #Horn #orchestra
Honolulu Wind Ensemble first trumpet Mike Matrasko has joined XO Brass Instruments as a brand advocate, bringing a wealth of experience and passion to the XO family. Having honed his craft under the tutelage of Scott Hall and Mark Minasian, Matrasko's journey in the world of brass instruments has been marked by dedication and excellence. Matrasko applauds the rich tones and versatility of XO C and Piccolo trumpets, finding them indispensable in adapting to various musical ensembles. "I look forward to sharing the wonderful experiences I've had with XO instruments with others,” Matrasko reflects. “I didn’t know I could enjoy playing a C trumpet until I got the 1624. My students experiment with instruments like the C trumpet, A pipe and Bb pipe piccolo, and it's clear they have a difficult time handing them back when classes are over!” In addition to playing first trumpet with the Honolulu Wind Ensemble since 2019, Matrasko has also been a member of the Mike Lewis and Friends Big Band for six years. Beyond his own musical endeavors, Matrasko has been imparting his knowledge to the next generation of trumpet players, teaching trumpet fundamentals, technique, jazz composition, and arranging since 2008. "We are thrilled to welcome Mike Matrasko to the XO Brass family," says John Richardson, Artist & Educator Relations Manager for XO. "His talent, dedication, and passion for the craft perfectly align with our values, and we look forward to having him as a brand advocate.” Mike's artist page: https://www.xobrass.com/us/artists/mike-matrasko #xobrass
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