The standard Bach bass trombone has a very good feel between the open horn and the valve system. With the addition of the Thayer valve, the valve body becomes so open that it is difficult to feel a difference in resistance between the open horn and the addition of the valve tubing. This is due to the unique design of the Thayer unit and how the air is channeled through the valve tubing.
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Comments about Bach 50T3 Stradivarius Professional Bass Trombone:
This is my 6th bass trombone, (had two 50B3Os, TR181, Blessing and a 50B3L). The lightweight slide feels great. My horn is a Bach LT50T3GL, (Gold 10.5" bell, light slide). I am the bass trombonist for the Kansas City Jazz Orchestra and also have subbed for the Kansas city Symphony. This horn has the ability to play all styles and achieve a huge range of timbres. You can be both the "Beauty" and the "Beast" with this bone. Thayer valves blow so freely makes me wonder why Edward's even makes a low "B" attachment, (although it does look pretty cool...lol). I have had this horn since 2005 and the honeymoon is still going strong!
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