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Kanstul 1662i Series Bass Trombone
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Kanstul's Model 1662i has independent CR rotors mounted on the neckpipe that allow a myriad of alternative positions for the technically astute playe...Read More
The inline version of the innovative Model 1662.
Kanstul's Model 1662i has independent CR rotors mounted on the neckpipe that allow a myriad of alternative positions for the technically astute player. To aid neck clearance, the 1662i is offered with a wider hand slide. A standard width hand slide, which weighs slightly less, is available by request. Many commercial players prefer this inline option, as the bell branch taper starts a bit later, and the player can compress the airwave against this a bit, to manipulate the tone and dynamics with less effort. Phil Keen won the Long Beach, California symphony position on his 1662i.
- Hand-hammered one-piece .020" bronze bell
- .593" F/D section with full bore independent CR rotors
- In-slide tuning
- Nickel hand slide end crook
- Open wrap
- Three interchangeable mouthpipes - C, OL and 62
For the tehnically astute player.
1662i Series Bass Trombone
- Key: Bb/F/GB/D
Bore: .562" slide - .593" F/D attachment
Bell: 9 1/2" diameter
Valves: two .593" Kanstul CR valves in-line
Water keys: traditional
Finish: clear lacquer (1662i-1) or silver (1662i-2)
Mouthpiece: Kanstul 1-1/2G bass trombone
Case: Pro Tec bass trombone case
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- Easy Tone Production
- Free Blowing
- Fun To Play
- Great Big Band Horn
- Great Lower Range
- Made In America
- Vibrant Sound
- Big Band Jazz
- Jazz Clubs
- School Bands
Comments about Kanstul 1662i Series Bass Trombone:
owned my horn for about 6 years.
i have been complemented many times on the power and sound i get from this horn.
one of the best values for the price.