S.E. Shires Lone Star Model Bass Trombone with Axial-Flow F/G♭ Attachment

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The Lone Star Model bass trombone has developed over the course of a long relationship between Brian Hecht and S.E. Shires. The two-piece, medium weight yellow brass bell produces a broad, rich sound that is very balanced and flexible throughout the range of the instrument. The axial-flow valve set sounds and feels particularly broad and even-especially when both valves are engaged-allowing for a truly open low register and contributing to the instrument’s quick, easy response. This model represents the heritage of Texas musicianship at it's finest! Lone Star Bell: 9.5-inch, two-piece, hand-hammered, “BII” taper in medium weight yellow brass with traditionally brazed seam and soldered bead Independent, S.E. Shires F/G♭ axial-flow valves set BGB Tuning Slide: “B” taper, drawn gold brass B62-78 dual-bore Handslide: .562-.578-inch, standard-weight yellow brass; nickel-silver wide crook Three interchangeable yellow-brass leadpipes Bell Engraving: S.E. Shires Lone Star model custom engraving Includes S.E. Shires bass trombone case, mouthpiece, and care kit

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