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Antoine Courtois Paris AC420BH Creation Series New Yorker F-Attachment Trombone AC420BHR/W Lacquer Rose Brass Bell

(AC420BHR/W LacquerRose Brass Bell)  Sku #J22683000002002

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Hagmann valve, Sprott design elements.

The Courtois AC420BHW Creation Series New Yorker trombone is an open wrap F attachment trombone inspired by Antoine Courtois performing artist Weston Sprott. This trombone features a .547" bore combined with a one-piece 8.5" bell. The open wrap F attachment of the Creation New Yorker features a Rene Hagmann valve with mini ball linkage plus yellow brass outer slides with extrusions. The modified bracing and slide allow the trombone to offer maximum resonance and response as desired by Weston Sprott for his performance tastes. The Courtois Creation New Yorker AC420BHW includes a case and mouthpiece and is available with a yellow or rose brass bell.

  • Yellow brass leadpipe
  • One-piece yellow or rose brass bell
  • Open wrap F-Attachment
  • Hagmann valve
  • Yellow brass crook and handslide
  • Case and mouthpiece included

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AC420BH Creation Series New Yorker F-Attachment Trombone Specifications:

  • Key: Bb/F
  • Bore: .547-inch
  • Leadpipe: Standard fixed
  • Leadpipe Material: Yellow brass
  • Bell: 8.5-inch one piece
  • Bell Material: Yellow or rose brass
  • Handslide: Standard weight
  • Handslide Material: Yellow brass
  • Handslide Crook Material: Yellow brass
  • F-Attachment Wrap: Open
  • F-Attachment Valve: Hagmann valve
  • Features: One piece bell; Miniball linkage; Modified bracing and hand slide
  • Case: Lightweight contoured
  • Mouthpiece: Yes
  • Mouthpiece Shank: Large
  • Finish: Lacquer
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