Maller Baroque Brass Instruments is dedicated to making authentic brass instruments.
Founder David L. Maller, a protege of the late, legendary instrument maker Ronald K. Collier, carefully hand-crafts each instrument using traditional techniques. This craftsmanship creates instruments that are easier to play and also produce a genuine, historically-correct sound in comparison to their contemporary machine-produced baroque counterparts.
Maller Baroque Brass Instruments currently offers a natural trumpet designed by David Maller with the
17th century style bell flair--a copy of the trumpet by Johann Leonhard Ehe II (1720), and a full line of sackbuts.
The Maller line offers instruments from several periods. In addition to historic, hand-made reproductions, David offers traditional cornets as well as modern & keyed trumpets, trombones and flugelhorns.
The Maller line takes advantage of combining old-world handcrafting methods with the most precise machine manufacturing techniques available today.