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The trombone represents a good choice for the budding young musician – it’s versatile enough to play many different styles of music, yet not so popular that competition to get into local orchestras and big bands etc is as fierce as with some other instruments. Having said that, the trombone is not just for youngsters - it’s never too late to learn!

We hope that this article has left you feeling informed about the trombone’s various incarnations and the bits and pieces associated with it.

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Contents:

[Contents] [Introduction] [Types] [Student Trombones] [Bore Size] [Materials] [F-Attachments] [Mouthpieces] [Mutes] [Accesories and Care] [Hotdeals] [Conclusion and Feedback]