[Trombone-l] Small Bore jazz horn advice, and wanted (also Conn 88)

dslide13 at aol.com dslide13 at aol.com
Tue Nov 1 07:50:21 CST 2005


I've heard that lots of the guys on the Latin scene used to play 4b's.  
And, many guys I know play 36's.

David Gibson
trombonist/educator
www.jazzbone.org




-----Original Message-----
From: David Goldfarb <dgoldfar at barnard.edu>
To: Jackie Harris-Stone <bassboneladymail at yahoo.com>
Cc: trombone-l at server5.samford.edu
Sent: Tue, 1 Nov 2005 08:25:16 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Re: [Trombone-l] Small Bore jazz horn advice, and wanted (also 
Conn 88)

  I always think of the King 3B as the standard Latin horn.

 David Goldfarb

 On Tue, 1 Nov 2005, Jackie Harris-Stone wrote:

  > I had a student in one of my trombone ensembles ask me about 
upgrading a small bore horn (used for salsa, Latin, norteno kind of 
thing). First of all, what would those of you out there doing that kind 
of gig suggest? Secondly, what is for sale? I know there were a rash of 
Bach 16's for a while- are they still out there?
  > Also, our second trombonist is looking for a Conn 88H, but needs to 
wait until we get our Christmas bonus. Any of you have or know of a 
good horn available around that time? He also is interested in a Getzen 
orchestral horn, (or bell and valve section) and of course, Edwards, 
but the proce might be prohibitive for him on an Edwards.
 >
 > Thanks,
 > Jackie Harris-Stone
 >
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