S.E. Shires Colin Williams Artist Model Tenor Trombone with Rotary Valve F Attachment
- Tenor Trombone Bb/F
- S.E. Shires rotary F valve
- CW bell – 8.5″ two-piece, hand-hammered ?TI? taper in lightweight yellow brass with traditionally brazed seams and unsoldered bead, thinned toward the edge of the flare
- #2 Sterling Silver leadpipe
- TG tuning slide – gold brass, drawn tubing
- TW47 handslide – .547-inch, standard-weight yellow brass; nickel-silver wide crook
- Includes Shires large-bore tenor case
Other options are available. Please call (817) 993-6400 to order this item with different components.
The Colin Williams Artist Model tenor trombone has developed over the course of the artist’s long relationship with Stephen Shires and S.E. Shires instruments. The two-piece, lightweight yellow-brass bell responds easily and produces a broad sound. The harmonic content of the sound warms up evenly at strong dynamic levels without becoming edgy. These characteristics are reinforced by the efficient and responsive yellow-brass handslide with wide crook. The 2SS leadpipe played by Mr. Williams further clarifies the sound’s harmonic profile, while the gold-brass tuning slide brings added warmth. This model represents an ideal realization of the heroic New York low brass sound.
“I love this instrument, I know that I can rely on my Shires for everything I need to do. It has let me take risks and find my voice, and I?ve never been happier playing!”
?Colin Williams,?Trombone, New York Philharmonic
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The S.E. Shires company slogan,?Quality without compromise,? is more than simply a marketing tool. It is Steve Shires heartfelt conviction and his fundamental principle for both manufacture and design. S.E. Shires Co. builds nearly every part on its custom instruments in its Hopedale, Massachusetts workshop, as it has since 1995. A member of the S.E. Shires team play tests every instrument thoroughly before it ships. Steve?s attention to design?and his keen understanding how it affects sound and playability?is unsurpassed by any other brass instrument maker. He has parallel commitments to the highest standards of modern manufacturing, which make his instruments consistent and mechanically superior, and to the old-world craftsmanship that gives them the distinctively resonant voice appreciated by players the world over.?In May,?2014, Eastman Music Company purchased the S.E. Shires Company. Based in Pomona, California, Eastman is well known for the quality and value of its broad offering of band and orchestral instruments. With the backing of Eastman, S.E. Shires has been able to increase its instrument line, production capacity, and worldwide presence, while maintaining its core commitment to quality, in-house manufacturing.
|Dimensions||9 × 31 × 12 in|