This is the ideal choice for schools and beginners alike, and stands out as a beginner trombone for two key reasons. First, the professional action slide is slick, accurate and low maintenance, ensuring the player can practice long into the night. Second, it comes with a robust hard case that will protect your investment.
Standard Series, Key: Bb, Bore: M 12.7mm (0.500"), Bell: Yellow brass, 204.4mm (8"), Weight: Standard, Outer slide: Yellow brass, Inner slide: Nickel silver, Finish: Gold lacquer
Yamaha Professional model bass trombones have been created in cooperation with some of the world's greatest musicians. They play evenly and comfortably in all registers, and feature a warm yet....
Professional Series, Key: Bb/F, Bore: L: 13.89mm (0.547"), Bell: Yellow-brass, 214.4mm (8 1/2"), Weight: Standard, Outer slide: Yellow brass, Inner slide: Nickel silver, Finish: Gold lacquer
Yamaha's Intermediate model bass trombone features many of the qualities of our top pro models, yet is available at a surprisingly affordable price. It has the same bell and bore size as most pro....
Intermediate Series, Key: Bb/F, Bore: LL: 14.3mm (0.563"), Bell: Gold-brass, 241.0mm (9 1/2"), Weight: Standard, Outer slide: Nickel silver, Inner slide: Nickel silver, Finish: Clear lacquer
Yamaha combined the knowledge they learned in creating the Xeno tenor trombones with feedback from some of the world's great bass trombonists. The results speak for themselves; a state-of-the-art bass trombone with all specifications redesigned by an elite team of Yamaha designers and R&D experts. The 830 model includes features such as the yellow brass bell with a thinner wall for enhanced response, nickel Silver slide crook for more substance to the sound, and a rotor design which improves playability. Available with Gold brass bell.
This model is a refined version of the very successful YBL-622 and like its predecessor was developed with the great artist Douglas Yeo of the Boston Symphony. There have been many small technical improvements, but the results are far from small. The sound from the Gold-brass bell is even warmer, the valve register more responsive, and the overall playability more flexible.