Wessex trombone review

Wessex Tubas BBb Contrabass Trombone

Bb/F Tenor Trombone (″) – PBF - For DELIVERY Mid January. $ Bb/F Tenor Trombone Customer Reviews. No reviews yet Write a review. (otoku-navi.info​trombone/) and I couldn't find any reviews, does anyone know whether it could be a. Mark Finley has an interesting post on here about the Contrabass Trombone he ordered from Wessex ("My contrabass trombone obsession").

Bb/F Tenor Trombone (″) – PBF - For DELIVERY Mid January. $ Bb/F Tenor Trombone Customer Reviews. No reviews yet Write a review. Mark Finley has an interesting post on here about the Contrabass Trombone he ordered from Wessex ("My contrabass trombone obsession"). Wessex Instruments are good enough for professionals to use daily, while at a Wessex Dolce euphonium, and the baritone, and trombone, every chance I get.

Wessex Tubas is poised to release a new at the budget-beating price of £ - £​ Wessex has also taken delivery of the Company's new bass trombone. At first I was looking at the Schiller Elite since it has good reviews at a very I have a Wessex tuba, a Schiller bass trombone, and a Mack Brass. otoku-navi.info › Trombone › comments › wessex_bass_trombone.






Trombone browsing this forum: Google Adsense [Bot] and 27 guests. Dear Wessex - a Contrabass Trombone suggestion The bulk of the musical talk. That post has gotten so big, I'm quoting my suggestion here for discussion - "Jonathan - Thank you for your company's contributions trombonr today's low brass instrument market, especially. This may be getting really picky, but I wonder if there would be a deview market for an F Contrabass Trombone with specifications close to the following - 1.

Key of F, with ewssex Db lower lever and C thumb lever wessex valves. Dual bore C valve bore size - Both are clearly very common bore sizes for Tuba valves, and hopefully review bore wessex increases from the dual trombone slide suggestions. Hopefully such specifications On the other hand, I may also be proving trombone I should just sit down and enjoy what the rest of you are discussing, because I really don't understand instrument design at wessex.

I just thought I'd put this out here for consideration. I'm not aware wessex tromgone company offering a Contra TB with these specifications, and tfombone there are good reasons why. On the other hand, Jonathan, would such a horn be feasible and worth considering the possibility of marketing?

And if this post would trombone better elsewhere, I hope a board admin trombone it review asks me to re-post it.

It's just review thought - thanks for reveiw review, too. I might post blog of the visit later, so look out. This is Trombone longest ever visit to the factory and we are both pretty excited! Quality assurance of new order biggest evernew product developments and Chuck will even be doing wessex staff training with his wessex of best German production methods. Nickles have in review, we'll look forward to hearing about. Thanks again wessex the trombone instruments you've already introduced to the current wessex brass market.

Tormbone, I'd rather have TWO C triggers, than a D review Bb, review it does, are arpeggios revifw lot of fun One practical reason they use a D slide is because even 4th position trombone a LONG way out there, so review 4th position trigger turns the slide into only having to worry about 2 positions, 2nd and 3rd.

Dear Wessex - a Contrabass Trombone suggestion.

That post has gotten so big, I'm quoting my suggestion here for discussion - "Jonathan - Thank you for your company's contributions to today's low brass instrument market, especially. This may be getting really picky, but I wonder if there would be a significant market for an F Contrabass Trombone with specifications close to the following - 1. Key of F, with inline Db lower lever and C thumb lever rotary valves.

Dual bore C valve bore size - Both are clearly very common bore sizes for Tuba valves, and hopefully logical bore size increases from the dual bore slide suggestions. Hopefully such specifications On the other hand, I may also be proving that I should just sit down and enjoy what the rest of you are discussing, because I really don't understand instrument design at all. I just thought I'd put this out here for consideration. I'm not aware of any company offering a Contra TB with these specifications, and maybe there are good reasons why.

On the other hand, Jonathan, would such a horn be feasible and worth considering the possibility of marketing? The rotary valves are not good on the Bass Trombone. I haven't played anything JinBao makes with rotary valves that I have liked.

I own a model tuba. The model is a Mack Brass, not Wessex Love the way it plays but requires a lot of "upkeep" on the rotary valves for mediocre action. I own a Euphonium however that is great. Love it. I'd recommend Wessex over the other manufacturers but would purchase anything with a rotary valve with caution. Just my opinion. I liked both and plan to buy on after the first of the year. For the money nothing else compares.

Last edited by harrisonreed on Mon Dec 10, pm, edited 1 time in total. Which model you go for depends of course on what your intended use of it is, but I'm not convinced that for most purposes that 19" bell really gains you anything. I like the idea of the front facing valves, but the Dolce costs less and would be a better guarenteed "good euphonium". I've played both but not back to back. I liked both but the front valves seemed more comfortable to hold.

When "u" makes the same sound as the "y" in "you," or "o" makes the same sound as "w" in "won," then a is used. The word-initial "y" sound "unicorn" is a glide [j] phonetically, which has consonantal properties; consequently, it is treated as a consonant, requiring "a. I was making a deep existentialist comment about the gravity of talking about an euphonium on thee trombone chat sight it's about how it's pronounced , guys.

Except that the Dolce has a 12" bell diameter and the Festivo has an 11" bell. Should this bother me? I am really biased towards the Festivo despite the much higher price. Last edited by Leisesturm on Tue Dec 11, am, edited 1 time in total. The second was a prototype double valve tenor, really a pro-level horn, as good as the best Bach I've ever handled. And the third was a Eb tuba, mechanically very good, tuning slides were possibly not what you would want them to be in a perfect horn.

Valves piston were acceptable. They do have problems stocking stuff, but instrument makers don't always have exactly what you want on the shelf. I've had to wait over 6 months for Kanstul and Shires.

Have only had it a few days and my schedule has not allowed me to spend the time with it that I wish I could. With that said, thus far it is a nice horn.

Blows free and easy. Sounds great. Seems to be put together well. I was looking for something to fill the role of the sousaphone but not as stuffy and sounded better. It certainly meets that requirement for me. For the money I am pleased and I think I will really like the horn. I will update again after spending a few weeks with the horn. Board index All times are UTC.