null

Used Bach New York 6 (VII) Bb Tenor Trombone (SN: 2689) *Tom "Bones" Malone Collection*

(No reviews yet) Write a Review
SKU:
210000026429
  • Used Bach New York 6 (VII) Bb Tenor Trombone (SN: 2689) *Tom "Bones" Malone Collection*
  • Used Bach New York 6 (VII) Bb Tenor Trombone (SN: 2689) *Tom "Bones" Malone Collection*
  • Used Bach New York 6 (VII) Bb Tenor Trombone (SN: 2689) *Tom "Bones" Malone Collection*
  • Used Bach New York 6 (VII) Bb Tenor Trombone (SN: 2689) *Tom "Bones" Malone Collection*
  • Used Bach New York 6 (VII) Bb Tenor Trombone (SN: 2689) *Tom "Bones" Malone Collection*
$53,713.58
Frequently bought together:

Description

Used Bach New York (VII) Bb tenor trombone in raw brass. Features include a .485" bore handslide and 7" yellow brass bell, VII style taper. The bell is marked New York 67, which indicates that this trombone was likely made in Bach's Bronx factory. Instrument is in good condition for its age apart from surface scratching and dings. The bell section has been modified so the bell is removable. Includes original case.

This instrument is part of the Tom "Bones" Malone collection. Bones had played the bell of this very instrument on The Late Show with David Letterman.

Here is what Bones has to say about the NY Bach 6: 

"The NY Bach 6 is what I played in the Blues Brothers movie, David Letterman Show, Saturday Night Live and 1,500 recording sessions for records & movies.  Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Urbie Green, Bill Watrous, Jack Jenny & Jack Teagarden played the NY Bach. 

The metal alloy of these pre war horns is more resonant.  72% copper, 28% zinc was Vincent Bach’s favorite alloy.  The commercially available alloy was changed when World War II started because the main purpose of brass became bullet shells."

View AllClose

Additional Information

Condition:
Used
View AllClose

0 Reviews

View AllClose