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Bach LT142BO Stradivarius Trombone
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This Bach Stradivarius Trombone features a .547" bore with an 8-1/2" one-piece yellow brass bell, chrome-plated nickel silver seamless inner slide, l...Read More
This Bach Stradivarius Trombone features a .547" bore with an 8-1/2" one-piece yellow brass bell, chrome-plated nickel silver seamless inner slide, lightweight nickel silver outer slide, nickel silver handgrip and tubular nickel silver body braces. Designed with Bach's traditional rotor mechanism and three interchangeable leadpipes, this trombone offers musicians a multitude of options in one model.
The instrument comes outfitted with a genuine Vincent Bach Mouthpiece and a classic style case.
leadpipes included: Standard, Open, Long Open
Getting rave reviews from top players!
- 6-1/2 A2 mouthpiece
- Open wrap for more resistance
- Standard rotor
- Heavier slide for faster action
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LT142BO Stradivarius Trombone
- Key: Bb
- Bore: .547"
- Leadpipe: 3-interchangeable leadpipes (Standard, Open, Long Open)
- Leadpipe Material: Yellow Brass
- Bell: 8.5-inch One-Piece Hand-Hammered
- Bell Material: Yellow Brass
- Handslide: Lightweight
- Handslide Material: Nickel-Silver
- Handslide Crook Material: Nickel-Silver
- F Attachment Wrap: Open Wrap
- F Attachment Valve: Standard
- Case: CTR142 Leather Case
- Mouthpiece: Bach 6.5AL
- Mouthpiece Shank: Large
- Finish: Lacquer
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Comments about Bach LT142BO Stradivarius Trombone:
I've played professionally for over 25 years, many of them on Bach trombones, but I was pleasantly surprised by the LT142BO. The interchangeable leadpipes are a great feature. The "LO" pipe in particular gave an ease of playing not always associated w/ the Bach 42. I didn't think I was in the market for another trombone, but I'm reconsidering after playing this horn. It even includes the old style draw latch leather covered case, rather than the dreaded brown "zipper" version. Definitely worth a try.