How much does a alto trombone cost?

How much does a alto trombone cost?

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Instrument Key E Flat E Flat

What is the rarest trombone?

  • HAAG Switzerland Bass Trombone. Price: $11,660.00.
  • Miraphone MI57F Contrabass Trombone. Price: $9,849.00.
  • Markus Leuchter Contrabass Trombone in F.
  • Minick Contrabass Trombone in BBb.
  • Getzen Trombone (3062AFR)
  • Custom Bach New York 50B with Plugin Valve.
  • Conn 62 Series Bass Trombone.
  • daCarbo F-Attachment Trombone.

What is a good price for a used trombone?

For example, alto trombones can retail for $300 to $4,000 while a small bore tenor trombone can cost $700 to $3,500 brand new. On the other hand, medium or large bore trombones can retail for $1,500 to as much as $5,500….

Type Price Range
Bass $2,500 to $6,000
Baroque $4,000 to $8,000

Are Yamaha Trombones good?

Shires Q-Series, Conn, Bach, and Yamaha are well-known and reputable trombones that will last quite a few years. For the greatest satisfaction, consider a tenor or alto Bach. Later, upgrade to a brass, Bach or Conn F-attachment large bore, or a medium bore Yamaha.

Is there an alto trombone?

Alto Trombones are pitched in E-Flat (Eb) – and occupy the musical alto range, sitting above the tenor and bass trombone. However, the alto trombone has still found a home in orchestral literature and classical performance even in the 20th and 21st centuries.

How long is an alto trombone?

The tone of the alto is more brilliant than that of the tenor or bass trombone. The bore of an alto trombone is similar to that of a small tenor trombone – usually around 0.450 to 0.500 inches (11.4 to 12.7 mm) with a 61⁄2 or 7 inches (17 or 18 cm) bell….Alto trombone.

Composer Mozart
Work Idomeneo
Year 1781
Type opera

What trombone is the best?

10 Best Trombones in 2021 (Review)

  • Mendini by Cecilio Bb Tenor Slide Trombone.
  • Costzone B Flat Trombone Brass.
  • Mendini MTB-31 Trombone.
  • Mendini MTB-40.
  • Yamaha YSL354.
  • Bach 42BO.
  • Jean Paul USA TB-400.
  • Yamaha YSL-882O Xeno Series.

Whats is the best brand of trombone?

19 Best Trombone Reviews and the Best Trombone Brands

  • Mendini MTB-L Tenor Slide Trombone.
  • Yamaha YSL-882O Trombone.
  • Bach 42BO Stradivarius Series.
  • Mendini MTB-31 Intermediate Slide Trombone.
  • Yamaha YBL-822G Trombone.
  • Yamaha YSL354 Trombone.
  • Bach TB711F Prelude Trombone.
  • D’Luca 750N 750 Series.

How much do trombones sell for?

Beginner trombones usually range in cost from $400 to $1,500. Intermediate, or step-up trombones usually range in cost $1,400 to $2,800 and entry level pro trombones (still largely played by advanced students) around $2,800 and up.

Which trombone is best?

What kind of trombone is a Yamaha tenor?

This is Yamaha Custom professional model tenor trombone, model YSL-8420S, which was the top of the line model from Japan in the late 1980s. These are actually some of the best sounding Yamaha trombones. Features a hybrid closed/open wrap, mechanical linkage, .547″ slide and the whole horn is silver plated.

How much does a Shires bass trombone cost?

A really cool setup that is one of the best playing Shires bass trombones I’ve had in the shop in recent memory. $4850 without case. A beautiful deco Elkhart 6H from the 1950s, this one has been modified tastefully and is both easy to play and comfortable to hold.

Is the split trigger on a bass trombone good?

Graceful… leaves something to be desired, the original split triggers are cumbersome and work well enough for pro use, but there’s something about the way they feel in the hand that is both inspiring and janky. This is a bass trombone for a special person, a special instrument that has all of the mojo of the legends of our craft.

What kind of trombone did Ostrander and Kleinhammer make?

Ostrander developed the Reynolds bass trombone with 2 valves and Kleinhammer worked with Holton to develop a plug in solution for the model 169. This eventually evolved into the TR185 (originally known as the E185) which is what this trombone is.