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Bach trombone slide end bumper.
TBN Counter Weight W/2 Screws included.
This trombone handslide is designed as an optional addition to the Getzen 998 valve trombone. Available in...
There are plenty of reasons to browse replacement parts for your trombone. Maybe you're looking to make a little upgrade to your instrument or add a new valve system, or just to replace the spring under your water key. You might even want to mix and match: some trombonists like to use different alloys for the bell and the slide in order to fine-tune the complex tones of the instrument. Whatever your reason, the parts you'll need are right here.
For large-scale parts such as boutique valves and slides, take a look at the Vincent Bach Stradivarius Artisan Series. Bach carries F-attachment La Rosa and infinity valve sections to expand your instrument's repertoire, as well as a modular gooseneck section. For its hand slide, main tuning slide and bell, the Stradivarius Artisan series comes in standard yellow brass as well as more elaborate alloys such as gold brass and nickel silver. If you prefer the sound of a gold brass bell or the brightness of a nickel silver slide, get the parts you need to mix and match your materials.
The sound is just one part of owning a trombone, of course, and sometimes your replacement needs will be as simple as end bumpers, those little rubber tips that can easily go missing between concerts or recitals. A slide lock ring or counter weight are also easy enough to replace, and if you're a do-it-yourself type you might appreciate Getzen's axial flow valve service parts kit. With the right maintenance, that valve can last you a lifetime. And don't forget to stock up on water key springs to make sure you've always got a good seal on that key.
From upgrades and customization to routine replacement, these trombone parts give you lots of options for working on your instrument. With the pieces you need to take care of your trombone, you're on the right track to making sure it sounds great for years to come.