Bach 42A Stradivarius Trombone with Hagmann ValveProduct #468305 Bach 468305 IKEC Professional Tenor Trombones https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Hagmann free-flow valve.
The Bach 42A Stradivarius Tenor Trombone with Hagmann Valve is a great choice for the player looking for a less resistant F attachment. It features the Rene Hagmann Free-Flow™ valve which eliminates the back pressure that occurs in the F attachment with traditional rotor systems. The 42A offers an open response in all registers, with it's 8.5-inch one-piece hand-hammered bell, .547-inch bore with an open wrap F attachment. It includes a deluxe case and mouthpiece.
42A Stradivarius Trombone with Hagmann Valve Specifications:
- Key: Bb/F
- Bore: .547"
- Leadpipe: Fixed
- Leadpipe Material: Yellow Brass
- Bell: 8.5" one-piece hand-hammere
- Bell Material: Yellow Brass or Gold Brass
- Handslide: Standard or Lightweight
- Handslide Material: Yellow Brass or Nickel Silver (Lightweight)
- Handslide Crook Material: Yellow Brass or Nickel Silver (Lightweight)
- F Attachment Wrap: Open
- F Attachment Valve: Hagmann
- Case: zippered Cordura covered wood shell case
- Mouthpiece: Bach 6-1/2A
- Mouthpiece Shank: Large
- Finish: Lacquer
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Comments about Bach 42A Stradivarius Trombone with Hagmann Valve:
I've just recently bought this trombone from a shop, they had about 4 of this model there so I spent 1.5 hours there trying out the products. What I found is that each of them are very different from each other, like hugely different, so i had the permission to take them apart and change the slide of this one to the other top and it really help me to find the perfect bone for me. The tone of the trombone ONCE I GOT USED TO IT is quite amazing, probably one of the warmest sound I'll ever get without practicing hard. But there's also a slight pressure that pushes back against the air stream, causing disturbance when holding loud notes, thus breath control is really needed. The weight of the trombone is balance almost perfectly. It did not gave me andy injuries while doing a 2 hours rehearsal, and the Hagmann valve was like a completely different piece of technology that makes alternate notes sound so real and smooth. Just small problems now: It's really quite hard to get loud notes without distorting the sound (i meant like ffff long notes) 1st position notes are never in tune with each other, Great stuffs: Smooth, majestical, warm sound (typical of Bach) Perfectly balanced slides (great) Truly great sounds can be achieve when the player get use to the instrument Do consider this trombone when you are shopping though, try it out, and ask them so that you are able to switch the parts around to achieve the best sounds, best slides,,,