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Author Topic: Build in a Leadpipe for courtois 550bhr  (Read 346 times)
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Nick bastrombone
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« on: Mar 02, 2017, 02:17AM »

I have a coutois 550bhr with a fixed leadpipe.(its a beast of a trombone and i use it by a Brassband but with playing by a Bigband tbe sound is very heavy )
I want to know of it is possible to make the leadpipe confertible so i can get a other sound with various peadpipe

Thanks for any ideas
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« Reply #1 on: Mar 03, 2017, 09:10AM »

I am not sure that a new leadpipe would really make it a Big Band horn. That's a modern Bass trombone, designed for working in an orchestral setting. Even if you put in a new leadpipe, it's still a heavy horn.

The leadpipe in the horn is most likely one designed for the horn to work best in its intended purpose: an orchestral horn.
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David Sullivan
Bass Trombone - Livingston Symphony Orchestra
Horns: Bach 39, King 3B, Yamaha YSL-640, Bach 42T, Kanstul 1570CR, Kanstul 1588CR, Yamaha YBL-612RII
MPCS: Faxx 7C, Hammond 11ML, Laskey 59MD, Laskey 85MD.
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