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Dynasty M566 Series Marching Trombone

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The M566 Series Bb Marching Trombone features a .500 inch bore and 8.5 inch bell that provides a rich, resonant voice with easy handling. The M566 of...Click To Read More About This Product

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The M566 Series Bb Marching Trombone features a .500 inch bore and 8.5 inch bell that provides a rich, resonant voice with easy handling. The M566 offers excellent projection from the field. Known by many players as a flugelbone, this instrument resides one octave below the trumpet, and is an interesting double for either a trombonist or a trumpeter. Ther trumpeter will have the edge with fingering and the trombonist with being accustomed to the mouthpiece.

  • Key of Bb
  • .500" bore
  • 8.5" bell
  • Length: 19.25"; Weight: 4 lbs.
  • Includes heavy duty travel case and 12C mouthpiece
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(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)


Beautiful instrument


from Mariposa County, California

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A common reaction when you take this horn out in public is "It's beautiful," usually right after "what is it?" It is really pretty, this horn. What's more, it plays well. Valve action is good, balance is fine, intonation on spot. Mine played a shade sharp(or I play it a shade sharp) so I spent a few dollars for a receiver extention, which brought the entire horn to a solid green on my tuner. It also gave me a bit more distance from the tubing, a welcome benefit. I fit mine with a Bach 12E for a centered brassy sound that helps overcome the fact that this horn is not capable of the volume you might want from something called a trombone. If you need volume, use a mike or get a slide T-bone. On the other hand, if you want smooth, mellow, Chet Baker cool, plus looks that draw attention, try this one. Minus one star for all the places water finds to hide from the spit valves. Sooner or later you have to pull some slides to get the burbles out. Pretty horn, though.

(20 of 31 customers found this review helpful)


transformed to the key of C


from Belgium

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The Dynasty is a nice instrument already in the key of Bb. With a friend specialised in that kind of job, I snortened the main tubing in the cylindrical section and the 3 valve's slides to get an instrument in the key of C. The result is amazing and great ! I haven't to transcribe the music sheet, and most of all the instrument sounds more accurate and clear. The harmonics are absolutely in tune, easy in the high.

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