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Andreas Eastman ETB432G
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100% of reviewers $925.00 9.0


High performance trombone design became the new paradigm a few years ago. Recognizing the market, Eastman Winds rises to the occasion with its trombone line. ANDREAS EASTMAN trombones are built with the performer in mind. The proprietary hand slide drawing process insures durability and slide accuracy. A specially designed bell spinning process gives a graduated thickness for richer tone and even response. Conventional rotary valves are made of brass and axial flow valves are made of hard nickel-plated hollow brass. These features combine for the most exciting trombones in this price range.
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Bore (inch): 0.547
Bell (inch): 8.500
Key: Bb/F
Bell material: Gold Brass
Website: http://www.eastmanwinds.com/
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Review Date: 10/5/2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $950.00 | Rating: 9 

Pros: similar sound to other big name brands at half the cost

May not be made of as high a quality as professional horns but it produces an excellent sound and is comparable to Yamaha horn that is twice the price. Excellent student horn.
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Review Date: 12/11/2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $900.00 | Rating: 9 

Pros: Just as good if not better then other more expensive horn
Cons: F- attachment isn't the best out there

One of the best horns that a player could buy. Has a greater tone then the Bach Strad tenor trombone and is very similar to the Shires models. F attachment is a little weak, so be sure and buy some good rotor oil. I recommend playing on a 5G mouthpiece or a Bach 5GS. A great horn for a great price.
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Review Date: 10/13/2009 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

Pros: great sound, F attachment matches Bb side well

I tried this model the other day against an Accent TB951LF and one of those Bb/F tenors from a little known european manufacturers. Generally speaking, i found they respond in the upper register much the same. The tone on the 432 sounded a bit warmer than the others, and that's what i like about, but it isn't nearly as warm in that register as the conn 88H for comparison. i don't find the attachment weak, but i do wish it were effortless to engage. it still returns fine, and it does sound good through the rotor. i didn't buy it, but i might.
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