How do you get a penny out of a trumpet?
Personally I would take it to a shop right away. If you cant get it out, remember the more you try, the more it might hurt the trumpet. If you take it to a music shop, it should be a simple fix.
If I understand your question correctly, there are many different types of trumpets including (but not limited to) a Bb trumpet, C trumpet, D trumpet, Eb trumpet, Piccolo trumpet, flugelhorn, pocket trumpet, cornet, natural trumpet, rotary trumpet, and many other various styles and families of a trumpet. More can be researched on different websites that specialize in answering this question as well. - Basically BRASS
Trumpet Keys Theoretically, a trumpet could be built in any key. In reality, only a few are ever used. Commonly used trumpet keys include: Bb, F, C, D, E, G, and A. Trumpet Types Some different kinds of trumpet types include: Standard valved trumpet Herald trumpet Keyed or rotary valved trumpet Natural trumpet Piccolo trumpet Pocket trumpet Slide trumpet The following are actually different instruments, but are considered "close enough" for most. Bugle Cornet Flugelhorn
Many types of trumpets exist, and most of these are made with both piston and rotary valves. Bb trumpet C trumpet D trumpet Eb trumpet (sometimes a convertible D trumpet) G trumpet (not very common, also called soprano trumpet) Piccolo Trumpet (keyed in A or Bb, and in the case of Bb sounds a full octave above a normal Bb trumpet) There are some other types of horns that are either not classified as trumpets…