Trombones

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The SML Paris TB40-B-II trombone is a perfect and balanced instrument that impresses with its versatility and precise intonation. It is designed for beginn..
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The Yamaha YSL-356GE tenor trombone is an instrument that combines high sound quality and elegant appearance. Its feature is the use of the original Yamaha quar..

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The Bach TB301 trombone is an ideal instrument for beginners, specially designed for student use. Its unique characteristics and design meet modern requirements..
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The King 607F Tenor Trombone is a semi-professional standard open quarter valve instrument that impresses with its quality and balance. Its design includes a 13..
The Bach Aristocrat TB600 tenor trombone is a great instrument that is suitable not only for beginners but also for professional musicians. It is characterized ..
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The King 608F tenor trombone is a semi-professional instrument that impresses with its high quality and excellent balance. It is equipped with an open quarter v..
The Bach 42 trombone features an 8-1/2" one-piece hand-hammered yellow brass bell that has defined the symphonic sound for generations. The 0,547" lar..
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The Bach Prelude TB710 tenor trombone is an instrument specially designed for beginning musicians. Thanks to the use of quality materials and attention to detai..
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The Bach Prelude TB700 tenor trombone is an instrument designed for musicians looking for reliability and high-quality sound. With a bore diameter of 203 mm and..
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The Bach 42BOG is the most popular-selling Bach Stradivarius symphonic trombone. It features a 215.9 mm one-piece hand-hammered gold brass bell that h..
The Bach 50B3LO inline independent double rotor bass trombone in the key of Bb/F/Gb features an 10-1/2" one-piece hand-hammered yellow brass bell that has ..
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The TB500-BF trombone from SML Paris is the ideal choice for ambitious beginners who want to start their studies in the best possible environment. The price-qua..
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The Yamaha YSL-154 tenor trombone is an instrument specially designed for beginners. It combines quality sound with a solid build, making it an ideal choice for..
The Odyssey OTB1500 tenor trombone is an exquisite instrument from the Premiere series that can enchant musicians with its elegance and high sound quality. T..
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The Jupiter JTB500Q tenor trombone is an instrument that impresses with its elegant appearance and high sound quality. It is ready to play melodies with precisi..
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The tenor trombone J.Michael TB-600VJ (S) Valve Trombone is an instrument distinguished by its powerful and deep sound. It is ideal for performing solo composit..
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The J.Michael TB-450M (S) tenor trombone is an ideal choice for both beginners and experienced musicians. Its clear, resonant sound makes it popular both in ens..
The C.G. Conn 88H Symphony trombone features a 0,547" primary bore combined with a 0,562" bore traditional wrap F attachment that offers outstanding c..
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The J.Michael TB-550M (S) bass-tenor trombone is an instrument characterized by a massive resonant sound that is ideal for playing in an orchestra, ensembles or..
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The J.Michael TB-550L bass tenor trombone is an instrument that is ideal for performing bass parts in an orchestra, ensemble, or solo parts. Thanks to the rotar..
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The J.Michael TB-501A (S) alto trombone offers a compact and transparent sound, making it an ideal choice for playing in ensembles or solo performances. Its rel..
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Trombones

Trombones

Trombone – brass bass-tenor registered musicial instrument. It is known from the XV century. During its existence, the trombone almost not undergone radical changes in its design. The first tool is essentially a trombone, called sakbutami (from the French. Saquer – pull to itself, bouter – by pushing). They were smaller than modern instruments in size and have several varieties of register: soprano, alto, tenor and bass. Sakbuty thanks to the chromatic scale immediately become permanent members of the orchestra. The basic trombone is the standard Bb tenor trombone. This straight trombone has been around since the early 17th century and its design hasn’t really changed. The trombone is different to all other brass instruments as it uses a slide to change notes instead of valves. To change notes the slide is moved in or out. This changes the length of the air column. As the tube lengthens, the air column also gets bigger which makes the pitch alter.

Types

Trombones come in various shapes and sizes with numerous attachments and valves. Each type has its own unique tonal qualities that may attract you. Some can play high pitch sounds while some can play low bass clef music. Others may allow you to play the full range of the specific music. There are several basic types of trombones:

  • Tenor trombones are the most common and the simplest ones. Tenor trombones are tuned to B-flat and are most commonly treated as non-transposing instruments
  • Bass trombones come with a larger bell and wider bore while retaining the same length as regular tenor trombones. They’re also tuned to B-flat, but it’s one octave below the tenor trombone’s range
  • Alto trombones usually tuned to E-flat, although there are some examples that are in F. The main reason why they’re rarely used is that tenor trombones can usually cover most of the alto trombone’s range
  • The soprano trombone goes exactly one octave above the tenor trombone. The reason why it’s rarely ever used is that these sonic areas are usually covered by woodwind and not brasswind instruments

Bells

The Bell is where the sound waves emerge from the trombone. Each type of trombone has a different sized bell and can range from close to 7” all the way up to 10.5”. The size of the bell has an effect on the sound produced and projected.

Tubings

Trombone tubing is generally made from brass and if laid out in a straight line would be over 2 meters.

Slides

There are 2 types of slide on a trombone, the tuning slide which is located at the heel of the trombone. The player uses this to make small adjustments when playing to the tuning. The other slide is the outer slide. This is used to produce different tones by changing the overall length of the trombone tubing.

Mouthpieces

The mouthpiece is what the player uses to direct air and lip vibrations into the trombone. Trombone mouthpieces are large and deep which enables a new player to produce a tone much more easily than other brass instruments, so ideal for beginners.

Buy trombones in Musician.UA

In the “Musician” stores you can buy trombones, such as a sax stand, valve oil, polish, mouthpiece brush, polishing cloth, music stand and much more. To do this, place an order on our website musician.ua. You have the opportunity to order a delivery. You can always count on professional advice and assistance in choosing the right product. We care about the quality of service and do our best to make you happy with your purchase.