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The AC430T features a .500-inch bore with a lightweight design for outstanding response plus a 7.75-inch bell designed for excellent tone. The AC430T was designed in cooperation with Jim McFalls of Towson State and former lead trombone of the Jazz Ambassadors.
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I was looking to buy a new trombone for my jazz playing for a few years to replace the horn that got stolen out of my car. I played all of the leading brands plus, a few of the rare expensive brands also. All of them played about the same to me. I found the Courtois AC430T in a store and got curious about it because a friend in my jazz band bought a trumpet from the same maker and he sounded incredible when he played his. Let me tell you, the same quality exist in this trombone. The first thing I notice was playing the through the different partials is very easy and smooth. It's warm and not dull when I play soft and has the bite of a King 2B when you really need the volume. Intonation is very good through out all the registers and the craftsmanship is Yamaha like. After playing it the first time I thought, "Hmm, this horn is different." I played it a second time and thought, "Oh, I need to buy this one." I don't know what Courtois did in making this horn, although, I know for me, this is the best jazz trombones to date!!
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