How much is a used trombone worth?

How much is a used trombone worth?

You can generally find used alto trombones at around $1,000 – $3,000 considering they are in good to excellent conditions. Regarding tenor trombones, you can expect to pay around $300-$1,300. Expect to spend between $1,000 – $3,000 for used trigger trombones, including F Attachment trombones.

What is the most expensive trombone brand?

Price: $11,660.00. This trombone from Swiss company Musik Haag is possibly the most expensive trombone in the world that can be purchased as new on the market. Its body has stunning gold brass, while the valve wrap is yellow brass and has custom axial valves (in D, G flat, B flat, and F).

How much do trombones sell for?

Beginner trombones usually range in cost from $400 to $1,500. Intermediate, or step-up trombones usually range in cost $1,400 to $2,800 and entry level pro trombones (still largely played by advanced students) around $2,800 and up.

Why are trombones so expensive?

A trombone can expensive just because of the materials, while the sound may not be as good as another trombone with a similar price tag. Most brass instruments are durable and can last for decades with sensible care and cleaning. Also consider how long you plan to use the instrument.

What kind of trombone is best for jazz?

Although Wycliffe Gordon’s main instrument is the trombone, he is widely known for playing all instruments of the brass family from trumpet to sousaphone….

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Is trombone easier than trumpet?

the trombone is easier to get your first sounds on because it has a larger mouthpiece, which makes it easier to make a ‘buzz’ initially. the trumpet is easier to get to grips with in terms of hold and posture, and is easier to make progression once you’re up and running as valves are simpler to operate than a slide.