Solid build. Vibrant tone. F attachment Two tone color. Well-made instrument from a quality manufacturer. Nicer than beginner models. Will perform well at a lower cost than professional trombones. Nickel silver tubing slide reduces weight. Comes with a decent case.
If you are looking for a Bach because of the name, this is a good horn, but not might be as high of quality as others made by the same company.
Lighter weight. Slides great. Comes with a nice case and a tuner. Has a good sound. Pieces fit nicely. Perfect price for a young player just starting out.
Does not come with a cleaning snake.
Weighs less than 2 lbs. Comes in several colors. Harder to damage than other trombones. Slide works well and is extremely tough. Made from plastic. Comes with a plastic mouthpiece, but can be used with a metal mouthpiece. Fiberglass and brass slide with plastic bell.
The sound is not the same as brass. It plays well, but just doesn't deliver the ring of brass.
Comes as a set with a case. Includes tuner, gloves, and mouthpiece. Silver plated mouthpiece. Good slide action. Lighter than other trombones. A good step up from an introductory instrument. Two tone finish.
Comes stiff and may need a good dose of slide oil before playing to its full potential.
High quality brass body is durable. Very nice nickel finish. A great way to start on an alto trombone for people who have been playing tenor for a while. Provides concert level sound. The same instrument can be purchased in gold.
The case is a little small for the instrument.
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