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Thomann Classic TEB480 GL

Thomann Classic TEB480 GL

Eb- Alto Trombone

  • Ø: 12.20 mm (.480"), Small bore
  • Ø: 180 mm (7"), Brass bell
  • Nickel silver outer slides
  • Chrome-plated nickel silver inner slide
  • Clear lacquer coat
  • Includes mouthpiece, Reka Super Slide and case with backpack straps

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FFF13, 26.06.2013

Es "scheppert" nichts.

Was hat es mit dem "ABER" auf sich: Grund der Anschaffung war mein 9-jähriger Sohn, der seit seinem 5. Lebensjahr Blech blasen will, erstmal und widerwillig am Klavier ausharren musste und nun aber glücklich und zufrieden ist. Und erfolgreich! Nach einem halben Jahr Unterricht sollte er nun sein eigenes Instrument bekommen, das B&S-Leihinstrument geht zurück.

Der Markt für Altpos. ist überschaubar, leider, die Preise entsprechend hoch, zumal für einen Anfänger, und die Angst vor Dellen groß. Die parallel dazu gelieferte Thomann SL-35 ist, mit Verlaub Thomann-Team, inakzeptabel. Vlt. sollten wir uns Gedanken darüber machen, ob so ein Instrument wirklich nur 189 EUR kosten darf. Wer ernsthaft Musik machen will kommt mit einer SL-35 nicht weiter. Ach ja, das "ABER": die TEB480 ist für ein Kind einfach zu schwer.

Sie bringt locker das Gewicht einer leichteren Tenorposaune auf die Waage und das geht nicht. Wer also, pragmatisch betrachtet, für sein durchtrainiertes Kind eine preiswerte und grundsolide Altpos. sucht, kann mit der TEB480 GL durchaus glücklich werden. Alle anderen Kinder müssen in die "Muckibude" oder Thomann legt einen Satz Hanteln zum trainieren dazu :-) oder wir Eltern greifen tiefer in die Tasche...

Trotzdem erstaunlich was wir für diesen Preis bekommen haben. Die TEB480 GL sollte aber das Mindestmaß definieren." data-mt-lang="en-x-mtfrom-de" data-translated="Amazing what Thomann with the Altpos. TEB480 GL and this price. After a week a first summary, if permissible. <br><br> The sound earthy, powerful, radiant. The approach easy and typical for these Asian instruments. If you want to make art, play with the sound, create it yourself, determine it and shape it, this instrument is only conditionally something. Either or is the motto. Pragmatism. However, the German is different from American / Asian trombone construction. <br><br> The processing at first sight is fundamentally, almost immaculate, it remains to be seen how everything is going on and whether paint, chrome and soldering joints hold. The train glides gently, quickly and precisely. Intonation-proof. Material and large "BUT" make it very difficult or can not be overblown. <br><br> It does not "rattle" anything. <br><br> What has happened to the "BUT"? The reason for the purchase was my 9-year-old son, who wanted to blow sheet metal since he was 5 years old, had to wait for the piano for the first time and reluctantly and happily. And successful! After half a year, he was to get his own instrument, the B & S-Leihinstrument goes back. <br><br> The market for Altpos. Is manageable, unfortunately, the prices accordingly high, especially for a beginner, and the fear of ding large. The parallel Thomann SL-35 is, with consensus Thomann team, unacceptable. Vlt. We should think about whether such an instrument really cost only 189 EUR. If you want to seriously make music comes with a SL-35 not further. Oh, the "BUT": the TEB480 is just too difficult for a child. <br><br> It loosely weighs the weight of a lighter tenor trombone on the scale and that does not work. Who, then, considered pragmatically, for his trained child a cheap and fundamentary Altpos. Can be quite happy with the TEB480 GL. All other children have to go into the "Muckibude" or Thomann puts a set of dumbbells to exercise :-) or we parents reach deeper into the bag ... <br><br> Still amazing what we got for this price. However, the TEB480 GL should define the minimum." > Amazing what Thomann with the Altpos. TEB480 GL and this price. After a week a first summary, if permissible.

The sound earthy, powerful, radiant. The approach easy and typical for these Asian instruments. If you want to make art, play with the sound, create it yourself, determine it and shape it, this instrument is only conditionally something. Either or is the motto. Pragmatism. However, the German is different from American / Asian trombone construction.

The processing at first sight is fundamentally, almost immaculate, it remains to be seen how everything is going on and whether paint, chrome and soldering joints hold. The train glides gently, quickly and precisely. Intonation-proof. Material and large "BUT" make it very difficult or can not be overblown.

It does not "rattle" anything.

What has happened to the "BUT"? The reason for the purchase was my 9-year-old son, who wanted to blow sheet metal since he was 5 years old, had to wait for the piano for the first time and reluctantly and happily. And successful! After half a year, he was to get his own instrument, the B & S-Leihinstrument goes back.

The market for Altpos. Is manageable, unfortunately, the prices accordingly high, especially for a beginner, and the fear of ding large. The parallel Thomann SL-35 is, with consensus Thomann team, unacceptable. Vlt. We should think about whether such an instrument really cost only 189 EUR. If you want to seriously make music comes with a SL-35 not further. Oh, the "BUT": the TEB480 is just too difficult for a child.

It loosely weighs the weight of a lighter tenor trombone on the scale and that does not work. Who, then, considered pragmatically, for his trained child a cheap and fundamentary Altpos. Can be quite happy with the TEB480 GL. All other children have to go into the "Muckibude" or Thomann puts a set of dumbbells to exercise :-) or we parents reach deeper into the bag ...

Still amazing what we got for this price. However, the TEB480 GL should define the minimum.
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Thomann Classic TEB480 GL
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Thomann Classic TEB480 GL

Eb- Alto Trombone Ø: 12.20 mm (.480"), Small bore, Ø: 180 mm (7"), Brass bell, Nickel silver outer slides, Chrome-plated nickel silver inner slide, Clear lacquer coat, Includes mouthpiece, Reka...

  • Bell (Material): Gold Brass
  • Material of the outer slide: German Silver
  • Bore Size: 12,20 mm
  • Finish: Clear Lacquered
  • Incl. Case or Gigbag: Yes
Thomann Classic TEB480 L
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Thomann Classic TEB480 L

Eb- Alto Trombone Ø: 12.20 mm (.480"), Small bore, Ø: 180 mm (7"), Brass bell, Nickel silver outer slides, Chrome-plated nickel silver inner slide, Clear lacquer coat, Includes mouthpiece, Reka...

  • Bell (Material): Brass
  • Material of the outer slide: German Silver
  • Bore Size: 12,20 mm
  • Finish: Clear Lacquered
  • Incl. Case or Gigbag: Yes
Thomann Classic TEB480 S
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Thomann Classic TEB480 S

Eb- Alto Trombone Bore: Small, Ø 12.20 mm (.480"), Brass bell, Bell Ø: 180 mm (7"), Outer slide nickel silver, Inner slide hard chrome-plated nickel silver, Completely silvered, Includes...

  • Bell (Material): Brass
  • Material of the outer slide: German Silver
  • Bore Size: 12,20 mm
  • Finish: Silvered
  • Incl. Case or Gigbag: Yes
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