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Dates to the s. These were some of the most popular trombones of the day and still hold up to modern professional standard. This is the model that made Bach trombone famous. This instrument is in excellent shape, shows one restoration at some point in its life. Very responsive bell section, gorgeous singing tone.
A beautiful piece of playable artwork and history. This is the Alessi signature model, which features all of the specs Joe uses. Some notables, the tunable brace which allows you to put various material rods to tune your resonance and resistance.
An Alessi sterling silver leadpipe is soldered into the slide. Features a Swiss made Rotax valve, with gold brass open wrap tubing. In great shape, some minor cosmetic lacquer wear.
Includes case and various tunable rods. Yellow body construction with nickel trim.
Light wear on the usual spots, some minor dings but overall extremely good used condition. Shipping available via Greyhound or you are welcome to fly into LA and pick up in shop.
Versatile performance for orchestral or solo player and very comfortable in a recording studio setting. This instrument is brand new, was a show demo and as such is near factory condition.
Shipping is available via Greyhound. Save some serious money on this new tuba.
In good shape silver finish with some of the silver worn off. Greyhound shipping is available. Trigger modification to modern configuration. Originally owned by Alan Raph. The model 36 was very popular but some players preferred a slightly smaller bore, which is the model The trombone (originally called a sackbut) developed in the 15th century and is much the same today.
We don't know the timberdesignmag.com trombone is dated. Manufacturers of German concert trombones and historical brass wind instruments, including Baroque trombones, natural trumpets and horns. King A complete line of trombones for the jazz musician, including the model 3B made famous by Tommy Dorsey.
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“Trombone Shorty” is a Caldacott Honor book and a winner of the Coretta Scott King award. In this auto-biography, the author, Troy Andrews, tells his story of how he came to be the famous Trombone Shorty. Nov 06, · If you were alive in the mid-nineteenth century and had a particularly keen ear for music, you might have noticed a void somewhere between the brass and woodwind sections.
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