There are lots of factors to consider when purchasing a tenor trombone. Things like your needs as a musician, the type of trombone you want to play and your budget all play important roles in your final decision. If you're here for your first trombone, a good rule of thumb to follow is to go with a smaller-bore horn for beginners. A model designed specifically for students may be the right choice. The Etude ETB-100 Series Student Trombone is a prime example of an entry-level instrument. Featuring a .495" bore that's designed for easy tone production and projection, this horn comes with a mouthpiece and case, pretty much everything you need to get started on your musical journey with the tenor trombone.
Now, if you've been honing your talent for quite some time and want to upgrade from a rental or student instrument, an intermediate of professional-level tenor trombone is just what you need. Options like the Antoine Courtois Paris AC420BH Legend Series Hagmann F-Attachment Trombone, the Kanstul 1550 Series Trombone or the Getzen 3047AF Custom Series F Attachment Trombone are best if you've already mastered the basics, are an accomplished musician or have aspirations of becoming a professional trombonist.
And that's just a preview of the tenor trombones available on these pages. Every horn here is worthy of your attention, so feel free to dive in and start shopping at any time. Whether you go with a traditional instrument like the Kanstul 1508 Series Trombone or a brightly-colored composite horn like Allora's ATB100 Aere Series Purple Plastic Trombone, you're getting an instrument that's going to really make your signature sound shine.