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Jiggs Mini pBone Plastic Trombone Blue 

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Jiggs pBone's little brother.

Jiggs Mini pBone is a fully functioning, medium bore Eb tenor trombone constructed in ABS and glass fiber. It comes in an outfit complete with carry bag and mouthpiece. The pBone Mini was conceived by the team who brought Jiggs pBone to the world, and is aimed at young, beginner brass players taking their first steps.

pBone mini is incredibly light and durable and its special mouthpiece makes it easy for the very young player to get a great sound and a quickly develop skills for crossing harmonics and developing a useful working range. It has a full seven positions and has been tuned to have a great first octave.

Easy to play
Excellent first octave intonation

Order today and pull your trombone chops together.


Mini pBone Plastic Trombone Specifications:

Key: Eb
Colored parts: ABS (Available in Blue & Red)
Slide material: Glass fiber
Brass stockings: Yes
Bore: .485"/.500" (dual bore)
Water key: Yes
Bell: 7"Mouthpiece: pBone mini
Mouthpiece shank: Standard small
Bag: Yes
Strap: Yes
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Great for the price


from Albany, OR

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  • Consistent
  • Easy Tone Production
  • Fun To Play
  • Responsive
  • Vibrant Sound


    Best Uses

    • Classroom Use
    • Easy For Kids To Play

    Comments about Jiggs Mini pBone Plastic Trombone:

    We are getting these for our school next year to introduce elementary students to brass instruments. The pbone mini will be perfect for children to get the basics of the instrument and hopefully get them interested in brass in the future.

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