Skip to main content

News

Happy Anniversary, Getzen!
by Milo Greene March of 2006 marks a great achievement for the Getzen family. That month they will be celebrating the 15th anniversary of the family buying back the company bearing its name. In 1991 the Getzen Company’s production and...
Mail Bag: March 2006
Dear Getzen, Here are pictures of my son, Will Parker, playing his American Heritage Field Trumpet for the first time at a funeral. Will has been playing Taps since the seventh grade for local funerals. He is now a tenth...
Battle of the Bands
  On January 2, the University of Badgers faced off against the Auburn University Tigers in this year’s Capital One Bowl. Not only did the game bring together a Big Ten powerhouse and an S.E.C. force, but it also showcased...
Mike Vax Joins the Getzen Team
For more than forty years Mike Vax has wowed audiences with his trumpet playing, performing lead and solo work with the Stan Kenton Orchestra, the Clark Terry Big Bad Band, and the United States Navy Show Band. He’s had the...
Mail Bag: September 2005
Dear Getzen, I am the director of the Clovis High School Trombone Ensemble from Clovis, CA. I enjoyed meeting Tom Getzen and the rest of the team at the Getzen booth during this year’s NAMM show. I have included a...
Mail Bag: March 2005
Dear Getzen, My son Ray Banks had his Eagle Scout Court of Honor on September 10, 2004. You may remember Ray from the NBC news story last veterans day about his Eagle Scout project working with Bugles Across America. Out...
A Closer Look at Custom Series Bb Trumpets
In the world of professional trumpets, there are a lot of great names to choose from. However, it’s not just the name that matters. What’s most important when picking a professional trumpet is finding one that suits you as a...
Here We Go Again
Almost 40 years to the day after setting the cornet world abuzz with the introduction of the first 800 Eterna cornets and just a few years after unveiling the 3850 Custom cornet, Getzen is proud to announce that “We’re doing...
Mail Bag: July 2004
Gentlemen, Please find attached a photo of the trombonists of the 76th Army Band (V Corps) holding the Getzen poster of Mr. Jeff Reynolds. The photo was taken last May at LSA Anaconda near Ballad, Iraq just outside “the wire”...