Small or large bore
The bore is the thickness of the nozzle tube. The part where you put the mouthpiece in is narrow or wide. Your mouthpiece must also be adjusted to this. With a small bore you need a mouthpiece with a small narrow pin. But with the big bore you need a mouthpiece with a large and wide tip. To start, a small bore is just a bit easier to blow. A large bore is nice if you want to play in a concert band, for example. If you are going to play in pop music or in a big band, the small bore is also fine. After all, you make sound yourself. The instruments and accessories are only aids.
New or second-hand
This is a topic that raises a lot of questions. We think both are a great choice! You can already have a new instrument from 350, - euros. You can also buy nice second-hand trombones in this price range.
With us, the instruments are adjusted and checked. You also buy one from us second-hand instrument always with warranty. You can also choose to buy your instrument on a marketplace, for example. It is wise to bring someone who understands it. You are also welcome to visit us for advice. We can assess your used instrument properly and fairly.
Trombone case or gig bag
The slide is one of the most vulnerable parts of the trombone. It is therefore very important to keep your instrument from a sturdy one Suitcaseto provide. There are also many gigbagson the market. This is ideal for traveling. A gig bag is often equipped with back straps so that you can wear it as a backpack. Just be careful. Your instrument is a lot more vulnerable than in a case.
Mute the trombone
A woodwind instrument such as saxophoneis difficult to mute. Unlike brass instruments. With brass instruments, the sound only comes from the bell. To a trombone so you only have to close the cup. You can do this by means of a damper. The nice thing is that the dampers come in different versions. One damper is ideal for an orchestra. And the practice damperis so soft that even your children stay asleep. This way you can even make music in the evening. This way you no longer have to take the neighbors into account. Your children can sleep well. And you can make wonderful music.
- Slide: Here you slide to get different tones
- Mouthpiece: This is where you inflate to make sound
- Voting Pump: Part to vote with
- Quarter valve: Aid for the low octave
- Brass: Basic material of the trombone
- Backstage: Another word for slide
- Cup: This is where the sound comes from
- Gigbag: A case or backpack to transport your instrument
- Water valve: This removes condensation from your instrument
- Corpus: Another word for body, the part where the cup is attached