SKU: N/A Category: Instruments
Weighs 1.8 pounds
Pitched in Eb
2 colours Available
pBone mini, small shank
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This is an excellent instrument for early learners. My four-year-old grandson can hold this instrument without any problem as its light, comfortable and easy to blow. He is already able to produce a reasonable selection of notes for his age. Looking forward to his progress over the next few months. He is absolutely delighted with it and plays at every opportunity.
This Trombone is AWESOME! My son LOVES it. It is very effective at helping a little person to learn what would be very very heavy for someone so small (he was 5 years old when we bought it). His music teacher thinks they are the business. Highly recommended if your little one chooses a heavy brass instrument. They do an adult version as well if you need a cheaper trombone to see how you get on. They have also just added a trumpet! Do it, you know you want to!
An absolutely brilliant beginner instrument - my daughter LOVES it (as do I!) The tone and flexibility of it are great and the slide movement is even better than on the larger pBone.
My daughter loves this. It's a very good instrument for a beginner without the huge outlay of cash.
Great little Eb trombone.Plays beautifully and is as light as a feather.It caused huge excitement at school!
Great little trombone for kids
Bought them for my grandsons who are four year olds. Think that they are a great way to introduce children to music and sturdy enough to still be around if they get serious
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