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Bach Vincent Stradivarius Ténor 36B

Trombone from Bach Vincent .

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Bach Vincent Stradivarius Ténor 36BPublished on 12/09/05 at 08:14
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I use the trombone for over five years for me is undoubtedly the best choice when you want to stay small Persian (to play several styles) and make the classic high (DEM) is possde all CHARACTERISTICS sound of a large Persian roundness, magnitude of the harmonics and the only rich dperdition is with power.
The slide is smooth and frictionless trs (j'apprcie finishing branches s'largissent gradually and not with larger pieces like many additions MODELS.)
His only default is the same on all Bach: the sound of the mcanique the nuts that can be easily corrected with a little fat.

Before buying this one, I have long jou on a King 3B and I had the opportunity to try MODELS equivalents in......
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I use the trombone for over five years for me is undoubtedly the best choice when you want to stay small Persian (to play several styles) and make the classic high (DEM) is possde all CHARACTERISTICS sound of a large Persian roundness, magnitude of the harmonics and the only rich dperdition is with power.
The slide is smooth and frictionless trs (j'apprcie finishing branches s'largissent gradually and not with larger pieces like many additions MODELS.)
His only default is the same on all Bach: the sound of the mcanique the nuts that can be easily corrected with a little fat.

Before buying this one, I have long jou on a King 3B and I had the opportunity to try MODELS equivalents in courteous, Yamaha and Besson, the bach is placed above without difficulty s (APRS and running even more.)

The report qualitprix is ​​excellent for a pro instrument, the spices are all handmade elbows bent and cold (which increases Whereas the life of the instrument)

Since then, I could get a Conn 6H j'apprcie normment which the sound and I could try a 88H which is the equivalent of 36B I think if I buy a complete new trombone my preferences will go to 88H, which n'enlve nothing to the qualities of Bach.
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  • Manufacturer: Bach Vincent
  • Model: Stradivarius Ténor 36B
  • Category: Trombones
  • Added in our database on: 11/25/2003

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