XO 1632GL-LT Ultra-Lightweight Professional Series Lead Trombone

(1632RGL-LT Rose Brass Bell)  Sku #J23845000001001

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Lightweight professional tenor.

The XO line represents a step forward certainly for for the Jupiter family of brass instruments, but for brass instrument manufacture in general. This is the XO 1632GL-LT, a professional Bb tenor trombone, available with a rose brass or yellow brass bell (select from dropdown menu). The rose brass bell tends a bit darker due to the heavier copper content.

The XO 1632GL-LT is the product of design masters Pat Sheridan and Sam Pilafian's collaboration, each bringing to bear their decades of designing and performing expertise. The 1632GL-LT's development was additionally assisted by world-renowned artist, John Fedchock, and is based upon his personal specifications and preferences. The physics of this trombone works on paper, but the 1632GL-LT also performs brilliantly on stage, in the pit and in the studio.

The XO Professional SeriesTrombones include hand-crafted bells, brass outer slide with nickel silver crook. All models also include a professional classic-style case.

  • Rose brass or yellow brass hand-crafted bell
  • Lacquered brass body
  • Lightweight

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1632GL-LT Ultra-Lightweight Professional Series Lead Trombone Specifications:

  • Key: Bb
    Body Material: Lacquered Brass
    Bore: .500?
    Bell: 7.5? Ultra Lightweight Yellow Brass Hand-Crafted
    Outer Slide: Nickel Silver w/ Nickel Crook
    Lightweight Slide: Nickel Silver w/ Nickel Crook
    Case: XO Professional Tourlite Case
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