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Holton TR183 Series Bass TromboneKey of Bb/F. .562" bore, 9" hand-hammered red brass bell, chromeplated nickel-silver inner slide, nickel-silver outer slide, traditional wrap, ball-and-socket linkage, lacquer finish. Includes mouthpiece and deluxe wood shell case.
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I am a trombone student that usually plays a tenor, but does not like to haul my Conn 88ht CL2000 to and from school, so my school has one of these that I use. I am first part trombone, so this instrument does not handle anything above a D very well. The slide is very even and consistent, and the valve is very easy moving and free flowing.
So this is my first "professional" trombone and I must say its really good. Even though it has the tone of a bass bone I've been able to handle everything from 1st trombone to Bass Trombone parts. The slide feels great, the rotor trigger feels great after some work. I play with a 4g Bach for high parts and 1 1/2g Bach for bass bone. wether it'd be jazz or orchestra, this piece of equipment has been great to me. I would be willing to pay a little more for a Shires or Getzen bass bone but for now this one is perfect. Couldn't be happier. 10/10
So I've had this bone for about to years and I was very happy about it, it handles high and low registers pretty ok. However i tried the eterna series bass bone from Getzen and i've realized that this horn isn't as free-blowing as i'd like for it to be. Its not a technical problem its just alot of resistance and not a free-playing.
I got this trombone used from a guy at my church in the seventh grade. I had no idea what it really was then, but I knew I liked it. I have been playing on this horn for around 6 years now, as I'm a senior in High School. I play base trombone in the jazz band, and while it gives a nice, full, and fantastic bass trombone sound in the low register, the rotor valve makes getting a C below the staff hard to play loudly, and the one below that nigh on impossible. It also has a great sound in the upper register, but you really have to pucker up and blow to get it. I've player on other horns that are much easier to play in the high register - and by "high" I mean above a d on the fourth line of the treble clef. I can get up to an f above that relatively easily, but it just sounds strained. Keep in mind this more than likely has more to do with me than the horn though. Overall, this is a fantastic horn, even if you have to work a little harder to get to the extremes of a trombone range.