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Legend 2B, Jiggs Whigham model trombone! An ultralight horn for exciting jazz lead performance.
The Kanstul 760 K-Model F Attachment Trombone features a .500-inch to .535-inch dual bore design for a more...
The Jupiter 1028L / 1028RL Tribune XO Series Professional Trombone offers the player an instrument designed...
A special custom version of a universal trombone favorite.
Tenor trombone, 9" rose brass bell, short stroke F mechanism. The narrower hand slide allows for superb...
The Capri tenor trombone is an excellent cross-over model with many professional features.
The Getzen 1050 / 1050S Eterna Series Pro Jazz Trombone features a .508-inch bore with a lightweight hand...
Intermediate Trombone, key of Bb, .525 bore, 8-1/2 gold brass two-piece bell
A singing, colorful open sound with a solid core.
With its distinct slide valve design, the tenor trombone is well known by casual and serious music fans alike. Not just a key part of big band and jazz music, the trombone plays an important role in the sound of truly diverse types of music. Ska, reggae, roots music, and more all owe a lot to the trombone for the creation and development of their sound. Purchasing a new musical instrument can be an exciting process. That said, it is important to have some idea of what it is you are looking for in order to get the most out of your new tenor trombone. Above all else, you should have a realistic assessment of your skill level so you know which instrument is right for you. If you are a beginner, be sure to look for an instrument that is design to stand up to the rigors a new musician will surely put on their instrument. The ETB-100 Series Student Trombone from Etude may be an ideal place for you to start. This trombone even comes as part of a beginner package, providing you with everything you need to get started.
If you have some experience with the tenor trombone, you may want to look at the YSL-448G Intermediate Trombone from Yamaha or the AATB-202F Series Intermediate Trombone from Allora. Instruments such as these offer a large, full sound, with quality construction for years of practice and performance. If your skills have taken you beyond being an intermediate player and you’re looking for something truly special, there is a wide assortment of professional level tenor trombones available to you. Whether you like the S.E. SHIRES Custom 7YLW Tenor Trombone with Tru-Bore F Attachment, the Bach Stradivarius Artisan Infinity Series F-Attachment Trombone, or another one of these impressive instruments, one thing is for sure, you are going to sound incredible.
If you are a traditionalist, a disciple of that New Orleans’ sound, or a fan of ska revivalists like No Doubt or the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, the tenor trombone is a fantastic instrument for you. When you find the one that best suits your needs you will be rewarded with a lifetime of music that transcends genre and style.