This BTB311S tenor trombone offers inspiring playability thanks to its precisely fit yellow brass handslide and chrome-plated inner slide tubes. The slide also features a nickel silver crook, whith offers enhanced durability and slightly brighter tone. The BTB311S has an 8" yellow brass bell and a 0.500" bore diameter for a supportive feel and expressive sound.
The BTB311S is proudly built in the USA by the same artisans who craft Bach’s world-leading trombones. It’s equipped with slightly heavier bracing to withstand the “gentle” handling of first-time players. With a Bach BTB311S tenor trombone, you’ll get a durable trombone that plays well and sounds great.
- 500' bore = 12,7 mm
- Yellow brass bell, Ø 8" = 203mm
- Chrome-plated nickel silver inner slides
- Yellow brass outer slides with nickel silver crook
- Silver-plated finish
- Bach 12C mouthpiece and slide grease
- Backpack-style case
- Made in USA
Bach: the professional choice
Often copied but never truly imitated, Bach trombones are the choice of players worldwide. Vincent Bach founded Bach brass in 1918 after a mouthpiece repair went wrong. By 1928, Bach introduced trombones into his lineup. Bach’s famous trombone designs stemmed from a combination of his musical know-how and engineering talent. He successfully identified what he needed from a trombone and set about creating an instrument that could solve the unique issues experienced by trombone players — and he never looked back. More than a century later, Bach instruments are proudly crafted in Elkhart, Indiana, to the same lofty standards as those from the ’20s and ’30s.