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Schilke ST20 Custom Axial Series F Attachment TromboneSchilke Music Products ST20 Large Bore Symphonic Tenor Trombone was introduced at the Midwest Clinic in Chicago, IL, December 19-23, 2006 and at the NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA, January 18-21, 2007 to critical acclaim. The Schilke ST20 Large Bore Symphonic Tenor Trombone is hand-built to the highest standards with all parts being produced at the Schilke facility in Melrose Park, IL. BellsSchilke bells are 8 " hand-hammered bells available in Yellow or Rose Brass. Generally, a Yellow Brass bell will provide a strong fundamental sound with clarity and consistent overtone structure throughout all dynamic levels. With its higher copper content, a Rose Brass bell will provide a rich, dark sound at lower dynamic levels, but will tend to reach "red line" brilliance levels faster than a Yellow Brass bell.HandslidesAvailable with Yellow Brass or Nickel end bows, Schilke handslides are .547" large bore slides with chrome-plated inner tubes, yellow brass outer tubes, and nickel oversleeves. All Schilke handslides are assembled to strict tolerances from the highest quality parts, aligned multiple times throughout the build and finish process, then hand-finished to assure consistent action. The quality control of our parts allows us to build slides that are free of stress and torsion, a major problem with many trombone slides.Three interchangeable brass leadpipes are also included:1 — Most compact sound, very clear articulation, most resistance2 — Standard leadpipe, more open sound than #1, more clear articulation than #33 — Most open sound, somewhat more covered articulation, least resistanceTuning SlidesThere are four main tuning slide options available on Schilke trombones: Yellow Round, Rose Round, Yellow Square, and Rose Square. Square-shaped tuning slides will tend to play more compact and focused, while round tuning slides will play more freely and yield a somewhat wider sound. The choice of Yellow or Rose material will affect playing characteristics as well.
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I love my new Schilke. I played on an Edwards with a dual bore slide before this horn, and a Bach 42BO before that. My Schilke is far better than either of those horns. It took me a day to get use to a couple things. I found the #1 leadpipe was best for me while I used a 2 on my Edwards. The horn simply sings. High range to low range is all easier and clearer. Slide is almost perfect, though I have never gotten a perfect slide from any horn. That's why we have the Slide Dr. I got the Rny/R1. Highly Recommend!
I bought ST20 RNY/R1 about a month ago and it is great. The horn is well balanced and produces a rich dark sound that sings in every register, especially the low. The thayer valve system is a great set up; it feels like your in 6th position when you play trigger 1st. It is a heavy horn, and going from a lightweight bach to this is a big change, but completely worth it! This horn is worth every penny you pay!
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