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Thomann Trombone Kazoo

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Trombone Kazoo

  • Length: approx. 28 cm
  • Moving slides
  • Material: metal with plastic mouthpiece
  • Spare diaphragm available under Article Nr:

    200846

Item number 257007
£12.90
Including VAT; Excluding £8 shipping
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Bit of a dissapointment
DietVgwn 25.03.2021
I saw this and i thought YES this is very cool. Umpulsive as i am i instantly bought it only to find out later that the trombone part is only esthetic, it doesn't manipulate the sound wich i think is a bummer. The trombone doesn't respond very well to lower pitched humming, it does react very well to higher pitches. I mainly use it to annoy my girlfriend. I'll update when she breaks up with me!
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Sorry - but I just don't get the great reviews for this product
Kevinthegroove 23.11.2017
Yes - it's basically a toy so maybe my expectations were too high but to me it sounds awful - not the lovely tight sound you get from a decent kazoo - more of an ugly rattle. The slide is almost impossible to move which spoils the fun and whilst the desciption alludes to the fact that you can replace the diaphram - I'm pretty sure you can't !!

It looks great and is a fun idea - but the execution is poor. I also bought the trumpet and feel similar about that - shoddy sticky valves and a poor rattly sound.

Maybe I should live with it for a while. But so far very unimpressed and I so wanted to love it !
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It's a trombone kazoo!
klapjoekel 18.07.2019
It's a trombone kazoo!
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Most fun you can have with a bad instrument.
McSharry 08.11.2019
Kazoos are a joke of a musical instrument and this is the funniest retelling of that joke.
It's about as usable as any other kazoo but I'd recommend it mostly for jamming with friends rather than in a professional recording setting. It's cheap and a nice trinket to have around a home studio. Kerrin Connolly on youtube makes real nice use of it, that convinced me to get it. I'm not upset I got it.
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