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Kinds of Trombones    10:39 on Sunday, March 09, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

tJacktrombonist2
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What kind of trombone do YOU play? Tenor,Bass, Alto, or Soprano? does it have the trigger? does it have a bunch of tuning slides? Or is it too CRAZY to describe?

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Re: Kinds of Trombones    14:48 on Sunday, March 09, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

Steve
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alto, no trigger
small tenor, no trigger
large tenor, with trigger
bass, dual trigger
can't get into the soprano thing. I'll leave that to the trumpet players.

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Re: Kinds of Trombones    17:40 on Sunday, March 09, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

DanTheMaster
(820 points)

Bach Omega tenor trombone w/F attachment, two small tuning slides (and the main slide, of course)

Conn Somethingorother (never bothered to check) No trigger. Tenor trombone.

York Something (never bothered to check that either) tenor trombone.

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Re: Kinds of Trombones    23:32 on Sunday, March 09, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

Tubachick
(52 points)

I have a Bach Omega - trigger
also a yamaha (don't know what) no trigger

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Re: Kinds of Trombones    18:11 on Tuesday, March 11, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

KayTheBassClarin
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I think that you have to get a life, tJack.

Sorry.

I play a little bit on the trombone.

Not really, as anyone can tell.

You should focus on your playing the trombone. If you rule the world on your old little trombone, you'll get upgraded eventually. The more you annoy people about it, the less a change you'll get one.

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Okay. I'm sorry. I admit this was uncalled for. I shouldn't have posted it. What I meant to say was that if he practices harder, he'll get his new trombone faster. He really wants a trigger, but his parents keep telling him to wait. His impatience just gets on my nerves sometimes... I'm sorry.

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Re: Kinds of Trombones    18:32 on Tuesday, March 11, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

euphobone
(81 points)

Late 60's King 4B Sonorous Large bore (.547) with no F Attachment

Early 70's King 4B Sonorous Large bore (.547) WITH F attachment

YAY KING!!!!

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Re: Kinds of Trombones    14:05 on Wednesday, March 12, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

Erik
(218 points)

Kay, that was a little uncalled for. And quite rude. If you were annoyed by the post, then DON'T REPLY. But, instead, you have to open your mouth and express your opinion like it was fact and we all agreed.


Back to the original question, I play an Edwards T-350 large bore with F trigger and 2 (two) tuning slides, a Bach Strad 16M small bore with no trigger and 1 (one) tuning slide, and an old Holton TR-180 bass large bore with 2 (two) triggers and 2 (two) tuning slides.

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Re: Kinds of Trombones    16:39 on Wednesday, March 12, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

DanTheMaster
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I thought that it was a good topic...

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Re: Kinds of Trombones    19:24 on Friday, March 14, 2008 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

Le_Tromboniste
(180 points)

Early 80's Bach 42BO (large bore, open wrap F-attachment) on which I added a counterweight. Alain Trudel Signature mouthpiece.

   

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