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.Superior Marching Trombone.
The M566 Series Bb Marching Trombone features a .500 inch bore and 8.5 inch bell that provides a rich, resonant voice with easy handling. The M566 offers excellent projection from the field. Known by many players as a flugelbone, this instrument resides one octave below the trumpet, and is an interesting double for either a trombonist or a trumpeter. Ther trumpeter will have the edge with fingering and the trombonist with being accustomed to the mouthpiece.
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Comments about Dynasty M566 Series Marching Trombone:
Valves do not spin freely. Difficult to pull out when need to oil. I only hope that with time and use that the valves will be easier to pull out. It seems as though the valves weren't polished before the horn was shipped. This is the second one of these that I have received. I sent the first one back because of this problem but the second one was just as bad. I am keeping it however, because I want a marching valve trombone and only Dynasty and Kanstul make one. I previously had a Kanstul but sent it back because the valves would occassionally (in the middle of a performance) stick all the way down. As it turns out the Kanstul horn (according to the shop doing the warranty work) had an engineering problem. I'm kind of stuck.