Thomann Jazz Bb- Tenor Trombone

Bb Tenor Trombone

  • Black Jazz version
  • Brass bell Ø 203 mm
  • Outer slide nickel silver
  • Chrome plated nickel silver inner slide
  • Hole Ø 12.7 mm
  • Body nickel black nickel
  • Silvered cables and attachments
  • Light case and mouthpiece (included)
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Further Information

Bell (Material) Brass
Material draget German Silver
Incl. Case / Gigbag Yes
Bore 12,7 mm
Finish Black, Nickel Plated

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JW.waaromzijntweelettersnietgoedvooreennickname?, 20.09.2020
When using a great mouthpiece for jazz purposes, this instrument can sound absolutely great. I primarily use it with a Jet Tone BM and that makes for easy playability and a very good tone, but...

The main question is how much you're willing to pay for not just good, but spectacular tone. I also happen to have Jiggs Whigham's King Legend signature and using the same mouthpiece, you can hardly compare the two instruments. Especially the higher notes are just downright beautiful and gorgeous on the King (it's also much lighter, by the way). The King just blows everything out of the water, but the pricetag is also 10x as much. Considering how this Thomann instrument is rediculously cheap however, it really becomes the question of whether you want to settle for good tone, or that you want legendary tone. That is for you to decide as 'quality' is in the eye of the beholder. Personally, as I thankfully have the financial power, I would absolutely buy the King again, though this relatively impressive Thomann instrument really makes me doubt that decision. Well done on your part, Thomann.
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Hannah Lee BdeDeus, 29.10.2020
I bought this instrument for my blues band, trombone isn't my main instrument but I am a brass player. It's sound quality is not bad but I wouldn't recommend for professional use. Colour is nice and it's been a year and varnish is still on and intact. Still a playable instrument you can trust and count on. I was afraid of the "Bb tenor" because i thought i was in the key of b flat like most trumpets but it is a normal non transpositor trombone
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Jazz trombone
Kornflakes, 07.06.2013
First off for the price you really can't fault this black nickel trombone. The slide is excellant and the weight and ergonomic feel is about the same as a student Yamaha trombone. I've gigged with this one and really enjoyed it's playability. It has a really powerful sound. A good buy!
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Patrick Muls, 20.06.2017
I bought this trombone about 3 years ago as a student for the last 3 years in the academy. It plays easily, glides without hindrance, and is a eye catcher due to its special coloring. The only problem is that the more I go up in scales, the higher tuned it sounds, so it requires constant adjustment. But that's me probably more then the instrument.
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