Paxman 20MYDC


  • Double horn F/Bb
  • Yellow brass and nickel silver construction
  • Lacquered
  • Independent Bb tuning slide
  • Extended 2nd valve Bb slide pull
  • Detachable bell
  • No case included

This classic model features the Mereweather system, whereby the airflow travels in the same direction on both the F and Bb horns, minimizing interruption from the turning rotor. The medium bore (M) bell throat makes for balanced and efficient projection, with ease of playability.

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Paxman was established at the turn of the century by Harry Paxman, but did not start production of horns until 1945, when no more than twelve instruments a year were made. 1950 saw the arrival in England of Richard Merewether, a professional horn player who had been working on ideas of horn design for a number of years and had researched areas of physics which he thought to be fundamental to the successful design and manufacture of such instruments. Merewether approached Robert Paxman with these ideas, and the resulting instruments were so successful that Merewether and Paxman continued their association and went on to develop a range of over 50 models. Fifty years of research and development have produced the instruments that put Paxman at the forefront of horn manufacture, instruments that are much sought-after by players worldwide. Paxman Limited do not take their position as one of the world’s leading horn makers lightly, and are constantly making great efforts to maintain their innovative role. Players’ comments and opinions are actively sought, and there is continuous research and incorporation of advantageous modifications. Special requests are always undertaken where technically possible.

Additional information

Weight6 lbs
Dimensions23 × 15 × 13 in


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