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Holton Model TR395 MF Superbone Trombone
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Key of Bb. Combination valve/slide trombone. .484" bore, 9" hand-hammered bell, chromeplated nickel-silver inner slide, nickel-silver outer slide, Mo...Click To Read More About This Product
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Key of Bb. Combination valve/slide trombone. .484" bore, 9" hand-hammered bell, chromeplated nickel-silver inner slide, nickel-silver outer slide, Monel pistons, nylon valve guides, lacquer finish. Includes mouthpiece and deluxe wood shell case.
- Key of Bb
- Combination valve/slide trombone
- Bell: 9.0" diameter hand-hammered yellow brass with wire-reinforced rim
- Chrome-plated nickel-silver slide with seamless inner slide and integral chamfered stocking; nickel-silver outside slide
- Monel pistons
- Nylon valve guides
Model TR395 MF Superbone Trombone
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I am amazed at the quality of sound this small .484 bore produces. It's impressive and fun to play! I play a dual bore tenor (.547/.562) and the switch to/from these two horns is an easy adjustment. If you've always wanted a TR395, then buy one. You won't be sorry.
I finally was able to purchase a Superbone after wanting one for many years. Now that I own one--it's GREAT! I'm playing it mostly in a jazz/big band where the valve/slide combinations come in handy when soloing. I have read some reviews that complained about the horn's weight. I find it a little heavier than my King 4B (straight/no F) but not as heavy (of course) as my Holton TR181 dbl rotor bass. Being a lefty, I don't notice the extra weight and have no problem using the valves left handed. This is truly a unique horn.
this product is as close to perfect as you can get. it sings.
very wonderful sound
I have had one of these for over twenty years, it's a great horn and has stood up to the rigors of long road use as well as performing very well in the studio.