Eastman Brass has come a long way over the past few years. They have an orchestra string division, guitars, woodwinds, saxes, flutes, marching brass, and cases. The company is also the owner of legendary Boston Flute Maker Haynes and S.E. Shires Trombones/Trumpets. The quality of these instruments is very good. The trombones are just as good as any other manufacturer in it's class, including Yamaha and Conn-Selmer. ETB634G is modeled after an S.E. Shires modular custom trombone. Has 8.5" Medium Weight gold brass bell, 3 removable leadpipes, standard weight slide, and open wrap axial flow valve F-attachment. Comes with a super nice case with back pack straps, lubricants, and mouthpiece. This horn plays very good- easy blow, great slide, quick & quiet valve, plays in tune nicely.
Ideal "Step-up" Trombone for an adavncing student wanting "new" but wants quality. This is in fact the top of the line Eastman Model and suggested retail is $3000+. The lowest price we could find online is $1599. We this model as an "opened" box, but is still new, priced to sell.
Yamaha 646 medium .525 with 8.5" Yellow brass bell. This model was produced by Yamaha between 1976 and 1998. This is the ideal medium bore, has the look of a full .547 bore, but a lot less work to play- takes standard small shank mouthpiece. Would make an excellent all around tenor for concert bands, jazz band, community ensembles. Is very clean, has not seen damage or repairs. Great playing horn, gig ready. Includes original case and Bach 6 1/2AL mouthpiece. A comparable model today would be the YSL-640, priced at $2142 New. Save Now, Play Great!
Yamaha 613G Dependent Bass Trombone. Has 10" Gold Brass Bell, Dependent Valve Section with multiple second valve tuning slides- Eb & D. This horn is a quick responding bass with lot's of "pop" and resonance. Trigger range is gorgeous and is very open and easy to play. Has been cleaned and serviced, valves & hand slide adjusted for maximum playabilty. A few small dings have been taken out of the tuning slides, which were also re-lacquered. Horn has beautiful sound and appearance. Would make a great first bass trombone for an advancing player. Versatile for all ensembles, ideally suited for big band and shows. Comes with original case and Bach 1G mouthpiece. Serious horn to take your playing to the next level. Discontinued Yamaha model, was produced from 1985-1991. The new generation version of this model sells new today for $3655. Save now, Play Great!
King 2B Liberty from 1938. Has had overhaul and is in gorgeous condition. Is a fantastic player. No dents, dings, or flaws. Everything is totally straight on this horn. It does not appear to have ever had major damage. Slide is fantastic. This is seriously great playing 2B. Would be ideal for jazz/big band, lead. The King models made today are merely replicas of this classic. Has powerful cutting lead sound, yet sings sweetly in the upper, especially with slide vibrato. Tommy Dorsey would like this one for sure. Non-original King coffin case included.
Without Question the best playing Bach 42 Gold Brass set-up that we have seen here since the beginning. Bell section is an early 70's corporation, original lacquer. Valve is a Shires Axial Flow with a custom Brass Labs wrap (Brooklyn, NY) removable section, customized and handmade by Chuck McAlexander. Handslide was done by Gary Greenhoe. This rare customized set-up is super clean and was previously owned by a high level professional orchestra player. Everything about it is fantastic. The slide is perfect. Intonation is exact. High D pops easily. Plays very even in all ranges and does not have a "sympathetic" ring in the overtones as do some older Bachs. This horn plays as it should and is unbelievably great. Worthy of serious consideration by any serious player or Professional Orchestra contender. Has been tested by several well know classical recording artists & conservatory professors all gave it a thumbs up. We feel very fortunate to have it here now, although we know it will not last long. A current Bach 42AF sells for $3500. The Bach Artisan Model sell for $4500. We doubt that either will play as good as this horn.
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Besson BE968 Sovereign Series Compensating Euphonium, Silver. Horn is in mint condition. Was played for 1 school year by a HS senior that did not continue. Has never been dropped, damaged or dented. We cleaned and serviced this horn, replaced water key pads, lubricated everything. This horn is ready to go. No issues, plays fantastic, everything you would expect in a fine quality Besson. Case and mouthpiece included. This horn sells new today for $7479. Save Now Play Great!
iPac Tenor Trombone Case By Protec
Heading Back to Shool means getting your trombone gear ready. This semester, head on back to your studio with a new case. Two sizes available, tenor and bass. All orders through August 2015 include a free set of removable back pack straps. Call to reserve yours today 314 616-1434. May be found under Shop Accessories here: iPAC Tenor Tenor Case