XO 1240RL-T Thayer© Bass Trombone - Lacquer Finish

$6,499.00 $5,999.00
Article number: TBJUP1240RLT
Availability: In stock

The 1240L-T XO Series professional twin 'Axial Flow' bass trombone is designed for optimum performance and a level of customization that professional players are searching for. From the moment you pick this trombone up to play you feel the craftsmanship and build quality.

The one-piece hand-hammered detachable rose brass bell gives the trombone excellent response and tone. The trombone is supplied with three inter-changeable lead-pipes adapt the response and feel of the instrument for the player. This is a beautiful and broad sounding trombone and compares favourably with the US made Thayer© bass trombones. 

With the ability to adjust the F trigger mechanism and one of the best sets of valves on the market, this new model would suit any serious bass trombonist and opens up maximum features for a reasonable price. 

 

*The Music Place is one of Australia's most trusted online music stores, with decades of experience with all the biggest and best brands in instrumental music. Our range of saxophones, trumpets, clarinets and other woodwind and brass instruments is sure to impress and fill the needs of all players - from beginners and enthusiasts right up to the country's top professional horn players. In fact, we are proud to have some of Australia's most influential musicians amongst our friends and clientele. Whether you need basic supplies, new mouthpieces or just some advice in chasing your sound, The Music Place is here to help you find better playing at better prices.

Key: Bb w/F & Gb Twin Thayer© Valve
Finish: Lacuqer Finish
Bore: .562" - Large
Bell: 9.5" - Rose Brass
Slide Materials: Yellow Brass / Nickel Silver Crook
Valve: Bb/F/Gb - Thayer©
Mouthpiece: Jupiter
Lubrication: Yes
Cleaning Equipment: Yes
Case: Yes
Manufacturer's Warranty: 5 Years
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