What is a pBone plastic trombone?

pBone is the world’s first plastic trombone; it's a lot of fun but also a quality musical instrument, perfect for beginners and professionals.

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Learn to play the pBone

Start learning pBone on MusicGurus with Liam Kirkman, president of the British Trombone Society and Trombonist for the Lady Gaga, Radio head and Michael Bublé

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Meet our pPal…Lydia

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  • I have had very good experiences with the pBone mini in the last four years. Students can now start from 6 years old and the smaller mouthpiece works well with the register of the alto trombone. It’s almost indestructibility is also very convenient when teaching large groups..:-)

    Martien de K.

  • I love the pBone… it’s such a gift you have given the world! Plastic trombones for everybody!

    Trenton J.

  • “pBones and pTrumpets are a perfect choice for our project work. They are light which greatly assists with posture as well as being simple to use and robust. pBones and pTrumpets were integral in giving the children in this project such an excellent start in their musical journey”

    Ian Rowe, Principal - Bromley Youth Music Trust

    http://bymt.co.uk/pdfs/uploaded/downloads/BYMT-Annual-Review-2017.pdf

  • “My pBones have paid for themselves over and over again.”

    Helen Minshall, Leading UK Music Educator

    http://pbone.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/TheTrombonistSummer2017.pdf

  • My daughter loves playing her pBone!

    Gail F.

  • The lightweight factor can’t be beat when working with the younger students and I’m always so impressed with the sound quality! I even have my own personal pBone (even though I actually play the oboe) just because it’s so much fun to play!

    Katie Valentine, 4th Grade Beginner Band Leader & Teacher

  • I have used mine for nearly a year, and it is a very enjoyable instrument to play.

    Luke S.

  • Congratulations for the quality of your instruments. This is great to help kids to get involved in music.

    Bertrand E.