Where are JP Rath trombones made?

Where are JP Rath trombones made?

Michael Rath Trombones

Michael Rath R9DST bass trombone
Industry Musical instrument manufacturing
Headquarters Honley, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Area served North America, South America, Japan, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan
Products tenor, bass, contrabass, alto trombones and accessories

Are john packer trombones good?

Not many will confuse this new JP trombone with some of our top offerings, but this is a terrific instrument for the money. This would be a fine instrument for a beginning or intermediate player on a budget. The sound is nice, the projection is very good, the slotting is secure, it’s very pleasant to play.

Are John Packer instruments good?

John Packer has been making high quality instruments for over 2 decades. What started out as a simple need from their home market in the U.K. quickly grew to world demand for their great instruments.

Where are Packer instruments made?

Rob Hanson said: “Paul’s enormous experience and skill in the manufacture and design of professional brass instruments is acknowledged worldwide and is now at the very heart of the JP/Sterling range of brass band instruments. While made in China, these instruments will be of professional standard.”

Are Rath trombones good?

Rath trombones are well assembled and accurate as well as other boutique’s or Yamaha’s. Some narrower horn case like SKB will not suite them because of the screw key on the joint.

How much is it to buy a trombone?

Beginner trombones usually range in cost from $400 to $1,500. Intermediate, or step-up trombones usually range in cost $1,400 to $2,800 and entry level pro trombones (still largely played by advanced students) around $2,800 and up.

Are John Packer horns good?

The John Packer JP379B is a fantastic quality instrument suitable for pro players who are looking for a large bore,… Thank you to all our customers and followers who have supported us in 2021.

Are John Packer trumpets any good?

The instrument is very free blowing due to the addition of the Smith-Watkins lead pipe and all the higher register is much easier to control. The intonation over the range is clear and the usual notes that are flat are easily adjustable and pose no problems as my students have found out! This is not a student trumpet.

Why does French horn have a trigger?

The trigger lets the air into one horn or the other. When the trigger is not pressed, you are playing on the F horn. The F horn is used for low notes. When the trigger is pressed, you are playing on the Bb horn.

Do you need a double French horn?

Beginners should choose a single french horn for their first instrument. They are lighter, cheaper, and less complicated to play. Double french horns are too complicated for early players. Double french horns are great for advanced players.