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Bass Trombones

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The trombone is one of the oldest and most recognizable instruments on the market. Having been around for centuries, the trombone’s distinct, haunting melodies grace orchestras, marching bands, and military bands to this day. After looking into the various types of trombones from alto, tenor, soprano and brass, you’ve decided the brass trombone best speaks to your interests and musical talents. The brass trombone is pitched in Bb and is probably the most popular kind on the market after the tenor. It has an overall bigger size due to a wider bore and larger bell, and tends to produce a fuller, richer sound than other trombones. It is quite common to see a brass trombone in a professional symphony or jazz band since its lower register provides a deep, dramatic sound that beautifully coordinates with the other instruments. In an orchestra, the brass trombonist is normally the third or fourth seat behind the tenor in the trombone section.

Not only for big bands or orchestras, brass trombones can also be heard in jazz bands, classical, rock and R&B. When you master this beautiful instrument, you’ll no doubt find lots of options geared towards your musical interests. Or, if you’re a student musician, a brass trombone is an excellent choice for your school marching band or orchestra. No matter how you play, there are many bass trombones out there to choose from. One other thing to note, like most type of trombone, the bass usually comes in yellow (gold) brass or rose brass. A rose brass trombone typically produces a slightly richer, deeper sound over yellow brass. One isn’t better than the other; it’s more a matter of personal preference.

A bass trombone is a major investment and with proper care and handling, this durable instrument should last for years. Due to its timeless appeal, distinctive appearance and wide range of entertainment platforms, the bass trombone will not only provide hours of fun and rewarding creativity, but will provide options in your musical career.


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