Tromba TRB-WH TRB-WH Plastic Trombones-white, Bb Tenor Zhengzhou Aucs Co. Ltd.

8 Customer reviews



Product Description

  • Colour: White
  • Tone: Bb
  • Bore: 0.500"
  • Bell Size: 8.5 inch
  • Mouthpiece: 12c Sized Small Shank Matching Coloured

Customer reviews(8)

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Shawna McEachern
July 6, 2016
I am simply not young enough to deal with my Bach with F Trigger bass trombone these days. Mine weighs about 10 lbs. with case. Everything with the Tromba is all in a nice carry bag with straps. There are Velcro
John Verdon
April 18, 2017
I have a pbone at home and wanted to get another one during vacation in the US. As the pbones were more expensive than this Tromba model, I chose to give the Tromba a try. Aside from these plastic trombones, I play a Bach 36 and a Bach 42.
Bottom line: I sent the Tromba back after playing it for around 20min.
Reasoning: while the pbone sounds good enough and is in tune well enough to enjoy a bit of playing or practice during vacation, this does not hold true for the Tromba, even with my regular trombone mouthpiece. It does not respond well in the higher and lower registers, and I found it difficult to find the right slide positions.
Also, I had three people listing to me on the pbone and the Tromba, and all immediately agreed that the Tromba sound was unbearable.

Aside from this: the actual product box appeared to have been opened and taped shut a few times before, even though the product was sold as new.
Hans Heath
September 19, 2015
I've been very pleased with this trombone. It's incredibly light and easy to play, though it seems to take a bit more air that a typical straight tenor trombone. The slide is a bit noisier than I'm used to, but so long as it's clean it moves very easily.

I work as a junior high music teacher and studied bass trombone in college. I use this instrument in class as my demo horn. I've only been using it for a week, so I can't speak to it's long term durability, or how well it would stand up in the hands of a beginner.

If you ensemble allows it, I think this would make a great pep/marching band horn.
January 13, 2016
Plays and sounds like a small bore plastic trombone. No mellow tones as what you would get from a brass horn. Would be excellent in marching band, or for beginner! Color was a dirty charcoal black, not a pure black, I may end up painting it gloss black, can see plastic mold seams on the bell, Notes seemed consistent in all positions, yet back pressure was more than I would like. Came with stand, snake, 12c and 4b plastic mouthpiece.
Amazon Customer
March 6, 2017
Purchased for use by a new member of our brass quintet who, due to a neck/back injury, can no longer work with a heavier brass 'bone. The (trombone) sound is better than we expected and the gold finish matches the other instruments in the quintet. So far we are pleased!
October 27, 2016
Son loves the color and it plays well.
December 19, 2015
Trombone slide was glued with a different glue than the rest of the trombone. After finally freeing the slide, it was apparent this was a repair, not original construction. The glue smelled industrial and the fit and finish of the slide is less than optimal (See picture). The solvent used to repair the slide corroded the slide itself, as well as leaving toxic smelling residue. Others may have better luck. Returned to Amazon for refund. Probably won't have a new one in time for my daughter's christmas.
Amazon Customer
January 12, 2018
my grandson loved this plastic tromba well worth it