Kanstul Model 1662 Bb/F/Gb/D Double Bass Trombone

Kanstul Model 1662 Bb/F/Gb/D Double Bass Trombone

DR TOOT Brass & Woodwind Specialist present a brand new Kanstul Bb/F/Gb/D Double Bass Trombone Model 1662.

The Model 1662 Bass Trombone features a bronze hand slide with a nickel crook in a medium width for a comfortable grip and light weight. This hand fitted slide boasts thin nickel outer sleeves and ferrules, and our original in-slide tuning mechanism design.

The lightweight CR rotors are setup in a stacked design to allow a more open bell branch and a responsive low range. These rotors feature a full .593″ bore and a resonant hollow design. 

The trigger paddles are adjustable and the sleek D-slide is designed for proper balance and weight distribution in your hand, while allowing proper neck clearance.

With the Model 1662, it’s easy to create a compelling, centered sound with a warmth and malleability rivaled by no other bass trombone.

The Model 1662 is played by Johannes Pietsch, bass trombonist for the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, and LA-based session man Steve Hughes.

Lacquer Finish: $8,695.00

Silver Finish: $9,395.00

Made in USA


Bore: .562″ Slide – .593″ F/D Attachment

Bell: 9 1/2″ Diameter - Hand Hammered One Piece .020″ Bronze Bell

Mouthpipe: Interchangeable

Valves: Two .593″ Kanstul CR Valves

Water Keys: Traditional

.593″ F/D Section with Full Bore CR Rotors

In-Slide Tuning

Nickel Hand Slide End Crook

Open Wrap

Three Interchangeable Mouthpipes – C, OL and 62

Additional Mouthpipes Available

3 3/4″ Wide Hand Slide

Warranty: One Year incl. a complimentary Gold Service (full service) 

Come with case, Kanstul 1-1/2G bass trombone  mouthpiece, slide cream, tuning slide grease and DR TOOT cleaning cloth.

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