Most Popular Kantul F Attachment!
The Model 1570 is our most popular large bore tenor trombone, and is designed for the symphonic player and soloist who seek a broad centered sound with a wide dynamic range. Our deluxe professional model features three removable mouthpipes, a weighted slide, and our Kanstul CR rotor. The hand slide features our own .010" nickel sleeves and ferrules for improved projection and tone, and a wide brass crook for stability. The CR rotor features a full .562" bore and hollow construction for a free, resonant blow. The throw is very short, and the adjustable paddle feels comfortabe. Our open wrap design is the sleekest in the business, for artful aesthetics and an even feel between Bb and F.We include three removable mouthpipes to easily tailor the horn's response to your style. These pipes are based on some vintage favorites: Los Angeles Philharmonic player Byron Peeble's NY Bach original, and two Conn-style pipes made by the great L.A. horn maker Larry Minick.
Order today and enjoy this unique professional instrument.
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Comments about Kanstul 1570 Series F Attachment Trombone:
I Love this horn! It is very well made, and has an excellent tone quality. It produces a vibrant tone that speaks to your soul, and is easily shaped to match the requirements of the composition being played. The Kanstul 1570 responds to various styles of articulation like a dream! It produces a beautifully resonant and well centered voice that responds smoothly and precisely. The upper register produces notes effortlessly without straining the embouchure, and are produced with equal ease no matter the dynamic range. The lower register is extremely responsive as well. The CR valve is so natural that you hardly know it is there. The slide responds as if it is simply floating on air, and both the tuning slides are well machined for a perfect fit. I have been playing trombone for over 50 years. I have owned 4 other trombones, each having their own positive characteristics, and I have played a great many other horns. Currently I own two other trombones, one is an extremely high end horn, but lacks the quality and craftsman ship of the Kanstul. The 1570 is without a doubt the best instrument I have ever played. If you are considering a new trombone DEFINITELY consider a Kanstul!
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