JUPITER JTB710A BB ERGO TROMBONE YELLOW BRASS BELL NICKEL SILVER OUTER SLIDE LACQUERED
Stock code: JUPJTU710A
Auckland Region North Island South Island Warehouse
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The Jupiter JTB700 Series trombones are designed and created for the beginner, in general with 0.500” bore size, 8” bell size and chromed inner slides. The material of outer slide and bell could be selected for different preference.
- The one piece leadpipe design allows the instruments to respond quickly and easily to support early success for young trombonists
- The Ergonomic design for beginners, especially for the small hand players
- The extended-lever water key allows the player to drain the condensation quickly and with minimal effort
- Key of Bb
- .500" Bore
- 8" Bell
- Brass Body
- Nickel Silver Outer Slide
- Removable molded hand grip
- Padded adjustable thumb hook
- Ergonomic design gooseneck
- Lacquered Finish
- With MyCase