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This one is in very nice shape and silver-plated. Long the industry standard for the west coast and many professional orchestras around the world. This is a newer Eastlake Conn 8D, good lightly used condition with some minor cosmetic blems and normal wear from use.
A good playing instrument that will serve as a workhorse for many years to come. The 8D was based on the famous Kruspe Horner model. It is a large bore french horn with a large bell flare. Extremely rare German romantic trombone made in the late s by one of the most famous and influential makers of trombones, J. Penzel was the apprentice of Sattler, who is credited with creating the large bore trombone, and this instrument is made in the same style as those original models.
It is gold brass, extremely thin material, with a wide nickel garland that is engraved and decorated with the traditional shell stamps. Interestingly, this particular trombone has a tuning slide incorporated in the slide. I showed it to Robb Stewart who repaired a small crack in one of the slide legs and he and I both believe this is an original feature on this instrument, making it particularly unusual and special. It's a big bore and takes a mouthpiece somewhere between a "euro" shank and a modern large shank.
Slide works well for raw inners which are both original and being as old as it is. A piece of history to use in period work or just to own an important instrument in the evolution of the trombone. This is a terrific playing Bach 42 and has the coveted "Stainless Steel" casing from O. Thayer that was very popular in the s. Recently restored here at our shop, it has been gently relacquered and some worn parts replaced and repaired.
Comes with a press fit Brasslab leadpipe. Honestly, if I didn't have so many trombones, I'd keep this one. I love the sound of it, orchestral but clear and brilliant. Not going to last long. Own a legend, this is one of Dick Nash's Bach 36 trombones, with a gold brass bell and lightweight brass slide. Dick played this trombone on countless film scores, it's got lots of good notes in it.
A very nice playing Shires bass trombone with dependent trubore valves, one of 9 sets I believe. This is a unique playing trombone, it reminds me a lot of a Holton, that big warm enveloping sound that gets a touch bright when you lay into it. Has an unsoldered red brass bell, B62 slide one leadpipe. My guess is this Ophicleide is from the late s judging by the number of keys and lever system.
It was repadded and corked by Robb Stewart and has quite a nice sound. Chinese Ophi's are ubiquitous now, here's a chance to have an authentic antique for a reasonable price.
A fantastic deal for an inline professional level bass trombone. I just love the sound of a Benge trombone, it is gooey dark with a brilliant edge, begging to be played with core and depth. These are wonderful under appreciated trombones.
This instrument has been in storage at a music shop for the past 15 years. Rumor has it that Larry Minick was involved with the design of this model, could be true. The valves look a lot like a Minick wrap. The H is a great bargain for an inline valve bass trombone. This one has a 10" unlacquered red brass bell, some minor cosmetic and lacquer blems.
Makes a great big sound and is fun to play. Totally unique trombone that was built from parts for a Bach aficionado to be an ultimate vintage Bach jazzer. Robb Stewart fabricated the trombone. Bell flare is from Byron Peebles collection, a Mt Vernon 12 yellow brass bell.
The neckpipe is custom built by Robb, along with the hexagonal cross braces, The tuning slide and hand slide are from a Bach New York model A custom knurled hand brace was fabricated by Robb looks kinda steampunk and feels good in the hand.
Comes with a Mt Vernon coffin case. I can't recall the last time I saw one of these in person, if ever. One thing I love about this trombone is the makers stamp, it is an early Mt Vernon so the signature still looks like the New York factory stamp, I love that.
Also unusual is that this one has gold brass outer slide tubes. In very good vintage condition. A unique opportunity to purchase something special from arguably the most desirable Bach period of production. This Bach jazzer has some pedigree to it, owned by the late Chauncey Welsch. As such, as with all of Chauncey's trombones, the tuning slide has been slightly shortened to allow for slide vibrato in 1st position, old skool! The 16GM bell section has a more open neckpipe.
This one also has a Bach 12 lightweight nickel silver In good shape with usual wear and press fit leadpipe. A corporation Bach 42B, no frills, just a workhorse. In good used condition, the finish does have some scratches and lacquer is more or less gone. Makes a nice classic Bach sound. This is a lightly used, gorgeous Miraphone BBb tuba. The has long been the staple of BBb tubas since it was introduced and is the most widely played model BBb in the world.
This particular instrument was picked out at the factory in Germany and imported into the USA. It is in very excellent shape with no major dings and only a few cosmetic scratches and pings.
Lacquer is in very good condition. It includes a Winter hard case. Super rare and super gorgeous, this is a Bach New York model 36B. Traditional wrap, larger Marston rotary valve with updated linkage,. Robb Stewart did a beautiful job refurbishing this trombone as a nice touch he made a long water key by request of the owner without buffing destroying the original lacquer on the bell there are a few lacquer blems on the bell.
The leadpipe is removable, and a custom two piece leadpipe is installed. Comes with a period Bach case. This horn is absolutely a gorgeous time capsule. It is all original with matching serial numbers. It is in fantastic condition for nearing years old. The slide has the original tubes in great shape and the slide action is extremely respectable for a trombone of this vintage.
The hand engraving is jaw dropping gorgeous. Lion head engraving on the slide is also clear and not worn. A well used and well loved Shires trombone, early production! The bell is hand engraved and would become the 1Y bell flare. The horn has a Thayer valve with original nickel shires thumb paddle, the slide is a dual bore. Owned by one of the top jazz trombonists here in LA, this is an extremely nice playing Bach 12 Mt Vernon. Its not in perfect shape cosmetically but it is nicely broken in with lots of strong slots and fast response.
This one reminds me of a baseball glove that your friend has that's perfectly seasoned. Yep, that is this trombone. A nifty Selmer Paris Bolero trombone. Not only is it good for Bolero, it is also good for all sort of commercial playing. It is a versatile size, similar to the King 3B,. A nice touch, the bell has a small brass garland on the rim. These are high quality instruments and a bargain price. In good used condition with typical wear and tear. A gorgeous vintage Mirafone bass trumpet in Bb with 4 rotary valves.
Appropriate for Janacek, Wagner, Stravinsky or any other prominent bass trumpet literature. The sound is beautiful, singing and colorful. Nice intonation and very easy to play. In very good condition and especially rare to find these with 4v. Includes a very nice lightweight nylon gig bag.
This was the Ralph Sauer setup for many years before Ralph switched to his Shires with similar specs. The 88HTO has an open wrap F attachment and thin red brass bell flare. The SL slide is a dual bore. It is in very good, lightly used shape and is an excellent player. Perfect for the trombonist looking for a large orchestral sound but something that speaks a bit faster and is a bit more nimble than a full. This one is a bell tuning model and measures to a.
The engraving is all hand done and features Earl's bulldog on the bell. Overall the trombone has seen better days and is in need of some love and repairs to be completely playable again at a professional level. As such, it is priced low with he hopes that someone will invest in bringing this rare instrument back to life. This Shires bass trombone is a few years old and remains in very good condition.
A really great playing instrument that is versatile and comfortable. A uniquely unusual renaissance instrument, the tenor cornett aka Lizard, Lysarden, Lysard. This one is unstamped but extremely well made and high quality wood, wrapped in traditional black leather. It is in D with a key for C. Includes a mouthpiece made of horn. Sure to impress your friends and audiences alike. Here is a nice workhorse Bach LT16M trombone.
It has an open neckpiece, lightweight nickel slide and a one piece yellow brass bell. The model made famous by Bill Watrous. This one is in excellent shape and ready to play. Here's a well used Shires Bass Trombone. A good solid playing instrument, priced to sell. There are some scratches, lacquer wear and signs of use but don't let that deter you, its just cosmetic. Here is something really unique and amazing!
This is a custom made Thein bass trombone and has great features and specs. The F attachment is a Hagmann valve, a custom removable 2nd valve was fabricated to fit and works extremely well. The main tuning slide is from a shires and has been custom fit to this instrument to give it a more "American" blow and response. The instrument also includes a single valve F tuning slide.
In great condition, lacquer on the bell is frosted from being in a cold climate. Comes with a Thein flat screw bell case.
Probably the best playing pocket tuba in the world. Here is a BBb pocket tuba from Manfred Schmelzer. This is by far the best design for a small "tornister tuba" I've seen so far and that is because of its full length leadpipe and impressive large bore bends.
This is the ultimate pit tuba. If you are a doubler and need a great playing BBb that you can take to work for your show work, this is the one. Or if you're looking for a really good playing tuba that you can take on the road with minimal space, this is it.
It was a demo model from the recent ITF International Trombone Festival in Redlands, and is new but did have a small mishap with the airlines during transit to the show and there is a small ding in the bell flare. As such, get it at a good discount. Silver plated with gold plated trim. Get a great deal on this brand new Yamaha Xeno bass trombone. This one was a demo model and is in perfect condition, with some minor scratches on the outside of the case only.
Comes with original mouthpiece. Beautiful like new Kanstul bass trombone. Modeled after the vintage Conn 62H trombones, this Kanstul features "tuning in the slide", fully conical back bow, thin red brass bell, wide slide and free blowing CR valves.
Very nice instrument indeed. One gold brass leadpipe included. One of the most desirable medium bore trombones in the world. Up for sale, an Earl Williams model 8 trombone in excellent condition. This instrument was made in the late s by Earl's son, Bob Williams at the Burbank shop. It has an 8. It blows like a jazzer but sounds like a big horn.
If you're looking for a commercial trombone that has a big sound, this is the one. This one is really a beautiful instrument, has a silver plated slide, lacquered bell.
Slide action is great. The bell flare is very thin and lightweight. Lots of fast notes still left in it. Bob is extremely picky about his trombones and he's owned this one for many years. There is a smallpre-emptive patch on the bell rim, as the metal is thin there and Bob didn't want the rim to split.
A great playing vintage Bach 42B "Corporation" from the early s. Features the larger Marston made rotary valve same valve on the Mt Vernons with a closed wrap. Silver finish in decent shape, some silver is worn through showing brass on the neckpipe which you can see in the photos easily covered up with a leather neck guard.
This 42 has one of the sweetest and clearest tones of 42s that have come through the shop. Really a beautiful blowing and sounding instrument. We had a beautiful vintage Elkhart Conn 88H come into the shop and thought it would be a nice candidate for a full conversion. We decided to leave the closed wrap intact to preserve the vintage feel but install our new modern rotary valve.
The closed wrap also has our custom ferrules installed. The bell has had Don's voodoo treatment, new slide crook and our custom Brassark BA2 leadpipe, which is a nice match to the instrument.
Threaded leadpipe receiver has been installed and fits Shires threads. We decided to leave the slide the original "narrow" width of an 88H. The instrument was then lightly buffed and relacquered. A top tier Conn 88H with our well balanced rotary valve that gives vast improvement on the F side of the instrument. This one projects like crazy, big warm sound with clarity and color. Here is a brand new demo Schilke model ST30 trombone.
Think like a Conn 6H that's been pimped out. Quality and craftsmanship is very nice and it feels good in the hand. Includes a Schilke hard case. Here is a very cool setup, an Edwards T finished in brushed lacquer with two bell flares, one yellow brass and one red brass.
Includes a newish protec case as well. The yellow bell is a CF and the red bell is a CF. The condition is excellent on this trombone and it is a great playing jazzer. Rare Burbank Earl Williams model 6 trombone,. This one was made by Bob Williams, Earl's son. The outer tubes and leadpipe are from a Conn H there is a small patch on the bottom tube.
The bell is unstamped but is obviously original to the horn and authentic Williams. As such, price reflects so this is a bargain for a monster playing Williams. In near factory condition. Get a bargain on this horn. A very nice "L series" Conn 8D professional french horn, raw nickel silver. In very good condition. There is a small patch in the flare shown in photo. The valves have been plated and are sealing well. Includes a leather Marcus Bonna case. A very rare gem of a bass trombone, this instrument was purchased new in and immediately modified by Larry Minick into the configuration you see here.
He built the inline valve section as well as installing an unstamped 62H bell flare that Minick was certain was an improvement over the original bell flare, it was installed and remains on this instrument. The original leadpipe and Minick Leadpipes are included. The valve configuration is inline: It has been used for many years and shows that is has but overall is in very good condition with a lot of life left.
This thing is a gas to play, its everything you expect it to be and more. These rarely show up for sale and I can speculate that the inline Minick bass trombones are fewer than you can count on your hand. Stunning vintage Bach Mt Vernon 50B with inline hangman valves. We built this instrument here at The Brass Ark for one of our clients.
The valve section is an inline progressive bore with rose brass tubing. One of the nicest bass trombones we've ever had at the shop. Included with the instrument is the original MV case no longer fits this wrap and the original single valve parts. Extremely rare jazz trombone made by the legendary trombone builder, Earl Williams.
This instrument is one of the earliest stamped model 4 trombones I've seen. It was made at the Los Angeles shop and still has the prominent "williams" trademarks: It was fully restored in by Robb Stewart. Robb fabricated new cork barrels to match the original as well as rotated the inner tubes to extend the life of them.
He also did a nice patch on the original slide crook. It was buffed and relacquered by Robb. This is a stunning trombone and one of the very best jazzers I've ever played. Beautiful lightly used Edwards TE. This one has some unique specs! Comes with three leadpipes and a sterling silver T3 leadpipe. A very nice Edwards fiberglass lightweight case is included. Here's a nice miraphone model BBb tuba with 4 rotary valves. It has had some repairs and shows cosmetic blems in the lacquer as well as some scratching in the finish.
Nice quality tuba that's functioning as it should. The valve linkages have been upgraded to minibal style. A winter style hardcase with wheels is included. This is a great deal on a top level professional CC tuba. Overall the instrument is in nice used condition.
It does have worn spots through the silver and there are some small dings and dents. It is a very solid player with excellent intonation. The low register has a nice powerful sound that blends nicely in ensemble. Nearly new condition professional double French horn made by Mark Atkinson in Burbank. It is all nickel silver and has a Kruspe valve wrap. It is a Geyer style wrap with a medium throat bell and built from rose brass. This instrument came directly from Conn and has not been previously owned.
It has a cut bell and comes with the original Conn case. Alexander, a top tier maker. This instrument is gorgeous and has a beautiful descant tone, ultra clear and bright with lots of colors. In overall very good used condition with tight valves. Comes with a cut bell case. A very nice Conn 4H in the rare satin silver finish. Previously owned by Alex Iles of the LA studio scene. Extremely good player and in very good condition.
Here's an Elkhart Conn 6H. It was owned by Alex Iles. There are some dents and some serious slide wear to the inner tubes. A nice player though it needs some love. Older Yamaha YEP 4 valve euphonium. Previously owned by Alex Iles of the LA studios. This instrument has had a Minick style tuning trigger added on the main slide to help with tuning on the fly.
Overall in very good used condition. Professional Jupiter Jazzer trombone, previously owned by Alex Iles. This model has a. These Jupiter trombones are becoming very popular. This one has a gold brass bell flare and plays well. Hip Jazz trombone developed back in the s with John Fedchock. This particular instrument was owned previously by Alex Iles. It is in nice used condition and ready to play. Somewhat rare, this is a Bach model 36GO, gold brass bell flare and open wrap valve.
In very nice condition with case. A great playing instrument that is a versatile size. Good for symphonic literature as well as commercial applications. Extremely rare bass trombone made by the famous maker, Larry Minick. This one appears to be a purpose built instrument, in that it wasn't another instrument before like a modified 62H.
It has a one piece Minick bell flare, the valves are dependent and also stamped. The J bend tuning slide is prominent in the design and the slide also appears to be custom made. The valves are tuned as normal in F and D.
The leadpipe is press fit, but has corroded and should be replaced. This is a killer instrument and I've only seen a handful ever. A unique opportunity to have one of the most coveted bass trombones in the world. Made in the mid s in England not a Music Group made Besson , this euphonium has the sweetest sound. I had Brad Close make and install a custom standard large shank mouthpiece receiver so it takes a normal mouthpiece.
Bob Reeves did a full valve alignment. It is very clean, a few small dings and some lacquer scratches. Comes with a nice form fitting hard case. Rare eB alto trombone made by J.
Model 3, which is the large bore. I don't know why it works so well, but despite the size of this alto, it doesn't sound like a tenor trombone. Its a fabulous sounding and looking instrument, very high quality craftsmanship. Nickel silver bell garland and nickel slide. This is a new demo model that was assembled from parts that were shown at a trade show.
It looks nearly new with a few small blems in the lacquer. Really a tremendous playing shires. This is an unusual but very special trombone. The model 45 is a special order dual bore small bass trombone. It has a 9" gold brass bell, open wrap F attachment and narrow width dual bore. This particular instrument was hand assembled from parts at the Bach factory with assistance from Joe Alessi. It has had two owners and is in good condition.
I've not seen another one like this before. Custom made Edwards bass trombone with a s Corporation Bach 50 bell flare. This bass is great, lots of presence and core with a penetrating focused sound.
Tons of clarity with a big open blow and immediate response. Always something special about the Conn 78H trombones. They have wonderful sounds and offer a great amount of versatility. The 78H has a.
This one is in fantastic shape and has the desirable gold brass slide tubes. Very clean Bach 36G with convertible valve section you can take the F valve off and make this into a straight trombone, a nifty thing indeed.
Additionally, the valve section has been customized to an open wrap design by Dick Akright in Oakland. Another bonus, a seamed copper Hoelle tuning slide is also included along with the original tuning slide crook. Alright folks, here's a really unique bass trombone. Pull up a chair, cause here's a story for you. Legend has it that Jeff Reynolds once flattened a Conn Fuchs bass trombone while out jeeping and Larry Minick returned the instrument to playable condition.
I have reason to believe that the slide for this trombone is from that original Fuchs instrument. Don Sawday found the bell in the attic of a music shop here in LA many years ago still wrapped in the plastic. Don acquired the slide from Jeff. I had Don mate these two together, which is the instrument presented here.
The slide has new inner tubes and a proper threaded connector now as well as threaded leadpipe receiver. This is a unique horn folks. This horn is a workhorse and has been well used. It is a great player, has a gold brass bell, thayer valve and standard weight slide. Cosmetically it has been well used but is a very solid playing Bach. Small patch on one of the outer tubes. Talk about being a trumpet hero, this trumpet is all about that. This horn is in great shape with no signs of wear.
In very good condition and particularly good looking! The F valve has had a custom ball and socket linkage upgrade done with improves it a lot. Here's a good deal for a serious trombonist on a budget. This is a Bach 42BO, fairly recent and overall in good shape with the exception of the bell flare, which was damaged and repaired.
Whoever did the repair did a poor job and has scarred the flare and thinned the rim bead. As such, this trombone is offered at a bargain price as is. A beautiful trombone we recently refinished here at the shop. From the mid s and has all the nice features of this great era of vintage Conn trombones.
The bell has the deco engraving, tuning slide has the nickel guard and the slide has both bronze outer tubes and thick slide braces. There is some minor wear on the inner tubes. A really gorgeous vintage Conn that plays amazingly well. The technical model number for this instrument is a D and Kanstul hasn't made many of them. This one is special, as it was ordered in the style of a Bach bass trombone with tuning in the slide.
Additionally it has a removable 2nd valve. More cool stuff, it has a harmonic brace installed which lets you fine tune your vibrance with harmonic pillars none included, but you can get some from Edwards in various metals and sizes.
What more can I say. Another killer custom bass trombone, this time based on a King Duo Gravis. It has a vintage DG bell flare with dependent Getzen rotary valves, original King slide with a Bach 50 slide crook. Might be one of the best playing commercial style bass trombones I've ever had at the shop. Also has a harmonic brace installed which fits Edwards harmonic pillars. Another one of a kind single valve bass trombone with a "Bartok" 2nd valve, which lets you extend your F tuning slide on a finger paddle.
The bell flare is a YBL gold brass flare. The valve section is a Shires trubore and the Bartok mechanism was fabricated by Shires. The slide is a B62 standard. In great shape and plays great. Used Shires Axial "Thayer" valve section with open wrap. The valve casing and core have just been replaced at the Shires factory with new parts, this is a new valve with vintage tubing.
Has the original paddle type thumb trigger. Dig this, this trombone was purchased new in and has been only owned by one person and has spent its life here in LA being used professionally.
It is exactly what you'd want in a sterling silver 2B, the right vintage, the right condition and the right provenance. Sure, it has some signs of use, but it is in great shape overall and the character oozing from this horn is exciting.
This one has some serious mojo! Absolutely beautiful vintage Bach 37ML trumpet in great shape, with original lacquer which has patina to a nice honey color. It is in tremendous condition. You'd be hard pressed to find a nice vintage Bach 37 around in my humble opinion. This is a nice bargain tenor sackbut with F extension, good for a player looking to get into the sackbut scene with a quality german made instrument.
Appropriate for bass sackbut parts as well because of the valve section. Beautiful vintage Conn 72H bass trombone in excellent condition.
These are the vintage that is most desirable. The outer slide tubes are "bronze" and with thicker stock and oversleeves. The bell engraving is crisp and the rotor valve seals nicely. The 72H is a bell tuning version of the famous 70H bass trombone with tuning in the slide.
The handslide is longer on a 72H to facilitate a low C in tune. The Miraphone contrabass trombone in BBb, complete with giant bell and quad bore slide. This thing is a sound monster. It isn't the easiest thing to play in the world but with some practice you will own the foundation in any brass ensemble, film score or trombone choir. In very good condition with some minor cosmetic blems. Slide action is decent for 4 slide tubes. This bell section has a newer "dual bore" rotary valve offered from Shires.
It is the same valve used on their "Ralph Sauer" model. Plays great and very even on both sides of the horn. Add a slide and you've got yourself a nice trombone! Very nice lightly used Yamaha Yeo Bass Trombone, dependent valves with removable 2nd valve to convert to a single trigger. The bell was damaged and repaired in shipping transit and has a scar. Otherwise in very good condition.
Small ding on valve tubing. This is a very nice playing trombone and comes with the special order. King 2B Plus trombone, these are a. These are really great playing trombones with a big sound, predictable response and versatile color. Great small bore trombone for players looking for an open blowing jazzer.
The 32H is a dual bore. No one makes anything like the 32H anymore. I can't think of a more versatile small bore trombone out there.
Works great on mic, in the studio, in a live setting, big band or even principal in the orchestra. This one is a late s vintage and is from the most desirable period of 32H trombone production.
In very good condition, rare to find these with gold brass bell flare and standard weight slide. I've always had a soft spot for the often overlooked Conn 79H. Most players didn't know that this trombone was available, but I think its one of the very best instruments Conn ever made. There is something special about the bell flares on these instruments and the added bonus of having an F attachment is huge. This one is in very good condition, some minor slide wear and cosmetics from the contact points but overall very clean.
This is a no frills instrument but it gets the job done. Open wrap valve in rose brass, rose brass bell, reversed tuning slide and narrow large bore slide. Great for someone on a budget or a budding young trombonist.
Lightly used Shires orchestral tenor trombone with the popular 7YLW bell flare. Shires Trubore valve section and a TW47 slide. All in excellent like new condition with some minor wear on the valve section and a small dent in the F tuning slide.
Very interesting setup, similar to what Ralph Sauer is using. This is a standard 1Y bell, new Shires rotor valve with open wrap and a lightly used T dual bore slide. The slide has a leadpipe that takes a large shank mouthpiece. This is a great playing trombone, extremely versatile.
Very clean Bach 42BOG trombone. Gold brass bell, open wrap valve and lightweight nickel slide. A solid playing trombone from the early s. Very clean Schmelzer Model 1,. Made in Germany by Manfred Schmelzer, this is a top tier jazzer. This one has a gold plated bell section and nickel slide. A really tremendous playing Conn Elkhart 8H from the late s.
It's spent its life in Las Vegas playing with many of the legends of music. Overall in very nice vintage condition and one of the better playing 8Hs I've had come in. This is the famous "Burkle" model 32H trombone, named after its designer Jake Burkle. These are incredibly versatile jazzer trombones that are particularly popular among players accustomed to larger bore trombones and looking for an open blowing jazzer that sounds like a jazzer.
The 32H trombone has a. These are fantastic trombones and no one makes anything like it among the modern makers. Chinese made BBb contrabass trombone based on the Miraphone contra, nearly identical specs. Quality on these has certainly improved. Its not in the same league as the original but at a fraction of the cost, certainly gets the job done. This one is in very good condition with a decent hardcore.
Beautiful late s Conn 6H with the deco engraving. These are highly in demand now, and very hard to find with this engraving and in good condition. The lacquer isn't in great shape and might actually come off when I sonic clean this horn, so no guarantees you'll get it with this patina unless I don't clean it.
Otherwise very nice condition and a tremendous player. One of the most versatile commercial trombones ever made. It has an open wrap 88H bell section with a. Threaded leadpipes and linkage upgrade on the valve. Here's a custom made Conn 8H that was assembled for Alan Kaplan. This one has a special order 8" bell flare and a.
For the bargain hunters that lurk on the website, here's a very nice playing 36B that isn't going to win any beauty contests. If shiny trombones isn't your thing, this might be the medium bore trombone for you!
This one has an 8" bell,. Just finished an in house restoration on this vintage 88H. Serial dates it to early Texas production. We've just replaced the inner tubes with new ones. Valve has been serviced and the instrument has had all dents removed and it has been relacquered. It is top notch shape now and is a beauty. We tried a new bell brace design on this one to see how it would turn out and the results are promising.
The core is really something special on this trombone. It projects like crazy! As with all our full conversions: New inner tubes, threaded leadpipe receiver, bell voodoo, open wrap oversized valve section, Brassark seamed tenor slide crook and this one gets a seamed copper MV42 leadpipe. We have about 10 of these out in the world now, and this one is available. Beautiful Giant Alexander BBb tuba with 5 valves. In excellent condition with a Winter hard case.
Plays amazing and throws a lot of sound. Some minor cosmetic blems and a few small dings but overall very clean.
A totally unique vintage Holton large tenor trombone with a screw off bell flare. Great for traveling and also just as a darn good trombone. This instrument has a dual bore. This one is in excellent condition with great slide action and no dents. Some minor cosmetic blems in the lacquer. This is an absolutely stunning vintage trombone, all in glorious Conn red brass.
This trombone has a. It is a bit front heavy because there is no counterweight but the clean look of the horn is something to behold. The sound is velvety and beautiful. It looks like it has been relacquered once a long time ago and done very well.
The sound this little trombone puts out is nothing short of unbelievable. This is a tremendous playing little sports car. The model 6vii New York was the most open of all of the model 6 variations and this one is no exception. This trombone has been around, owned by many prominent players and is now up for sale again. It has small specs: I love the classy look of this beautiful vintage Alexander French Horn. The is the same as the famous model used by tons of hornists around the world.
It is all gold brass and the bell is made in the old "gusset" style of fabrication that yields amazingly vibrant bell flares. I think this one is from the late s, guessing from the engraving. It is in fantastic condition and includes the original case. Here is one of the original Larry Minick tenor trombones made in the s.
It features a one piece gold brass Minick bell, the amazing Minick rotary valve with open wrap, Conn 88H style slide with Minick leadpipe as well as a straight neckpipe allowing for a valveless trombone. This instrument is a formidable orchestral instrument. It has a dense and dark sound quality and really projects amazingly well. The blow is open and free and the rotary valve is excellent, being similar to the Trubore design with a straight port on the open Bb side of the trombone.
Overall in very good condition with no major damage or dents. There are some patches on the handslide covering up worn spots so no holes develop. Comes with a case. I've never seen this before, but this is a Bach C large bore cornet. Ideal for orchestral cornet work and would be awesome on a Soldier's Tale. In fantastic condition with bright silver plate and no signs of wear or dents. Has a bell flare. Terrific sounding rare Bach cornet. A gorgeous Bach large bore Bb cornet, refinished and silver-plated by Zig Kanstul.
Early NY production, all stamps are clear and matching. There is a patch on the back of the main bell bow. Here's a well made, quality German alto trombone that isn't going to break the bank and be fairly easy to learn.
It is a model Challenger in Eb and in good overall condition with some minor dings and cosmetic scratches in the lacquer. It is unlacquered and in overall very good condition. Some signs of use on the contact points and a few small blems here and there. Extremely versatile and mouthpiece specific, smaller mouthpiece sounds commercial and bigger piece gives a great orchestral sound. Open blow and fast response. Slide action is good but does have some chrome wear.
The slide has been widened to accommodate the Thayer valves and larger necks. Very nice used Shires large bore tenor trombone in very good condition. Some minor wear on the slide contact points and the neckpipe. Very clean overall and a solid playing trombone. Has a 1G bell flare which is a gold brass bell with soldered rim on the original shires bell mandrel. An axial thayer valve with open wrap and gold brass tuning slide.
The slide is a TB which dual bore bach style slide. Three leadpipes included, no case. Here's a beautiful playing Bach Mt Vernon model 12 trombone, with a lightened slide work done in the s by a tech in San Francisco. Some minor lacquer wear and scratches.
Tubes are all in good shape and seem to be original. Beautiful Bach Mt Vernon model 36, looks like original lacquer. Slide crook has been off and touched up, looks like gold brass outer slide tubes. The bell is stunning, one of the nicest MV36s I've had come through the shop.
Lots of good notes in this one. Stunning Bach Mt Vernon model 36, gold brass bell. The bell is glorious, the slide is excellent one small spot of wear on the top inner tube with only some minor lacquer wear on the bell from some adhesive residual. Ultra lightly used Greenhoe 88HT-G. This features the thin gauge red brass 88H bell, Greenhoe valve with open wrap and standard.
This trombone is in excellent condition and shows little signs of use. A few minor cosmetic lacquer blems but otherwise it is very clean. Plays extremely well and the valve is even with blow and timbre on both sides of the trombone. These are no longer in production, so get this one while you can. This is handmade by my good friend Markus in Herzogenrath Germany.
It is beautiful to look at and hear, as well as play. A used friendly bass sackbut this is one of the best "bangs for your buck" you can get info for a high quality professional level instrument. This one has 3rd position bell to slide relationship.
Very nice Shires large bore orchestral tenor trombone with some nice modifications. This is set up to play similar to a vintage 50's Conn 88H trombone, so if you are a fan of those instruments but looking for something a bit more modern and open blowing this trombone could be right up your alley.
The bell is a 2RVET7 flare, which means conn taper red brass bell with thin rim wire and unsoldered bead. The valve section is a standard Shires rotary with open wrap. The slide is a TW47, wide style. For others, it is that quiet evening time lounging in our plush bathrobes while enjoying a good book or a movie, or simply snuggling with a loved one. It is moments like these which set the tone for the day ahead, or an evening of good sleep. Our exquisite Turkish Towels and Turkish Bathrobes will help you achieve the best experience possible, this is our promise to you.
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