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Holton TR150
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Description:
This artist tenor is an excellent selection for those who desire slightly more resistance. Its sound is a bit lighter in character than that of other large-bore models. The narrower hand slide allows for superb maneuverability, especially for players with smaller hands, making the model a good choice for many advanced players.

Specifications
Key: Bb/F
Bore: 13.89 mm (.547")
Bell: 9.0" diameter hand-hammered red brass with wire-reinforced rim
Rotor mechanism: F attachment with short-stroke string rotor linkage
Attachment: Traditional wrap
Piston: One-piece precision-machined tapered rotor and bearings for a smooth, airtight fit
Tuning slide: Nickel silver outside slide and brass inside slide with brass bow
Braces: Tubular nickel silver
Hand slide: Chrome-plated nickel silver with seamless inner slide and integral chamfered stocking. Nickel silver outside slide
Hand grip: Chrome-plated
Waterkey: Nickel silver
Finish: Clear baked epoxy lacquer
Mouthpiece: 6½AL
Caseeluxe wood shell
Options: Available without F attachment as model TR151
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Bore (inch): 0.547
Bell (inch): 9.000
Key: Bb/F
Bell material: Red Brass
Website: http://www.gleblanc.com
Keywords: Holton TR150
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Author
Btn500
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Registered: April 2012
Location: Iowa City, IA
Posts: 3
Review Date: 4/21/2012 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: Dark Tone
Cons: Back pressure

 
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