Edwards Trombones

Edwards Bass Trombone Edwards began selling the first working production Axial Flow Thayer Valve trombone in 1989. Since then, we have helped countless trombonists by fitting each of them to the perfect instrument. Our customizable trombones are ideal for concert halls, recital stages, jazz clubs, and every other trombone-centric environment.

Recently, we developed a new offering for symphonic tenor trombonists, the Alessi Model T396-A. Coupled with our "traditional" customizable instruments, the Alessi model is proof that the Edwards team is constantly evaluating the needs of our customers and giving them the best tools for the job.

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Tenor T350-E
.547" bore

The Edwards T350-E has been the orchestral tenor trombone of choice for over a decade. Trombonists can select from a number of options to guarantee a perfect setup.

Availability: 2-3 weeks

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Tenor T350-HB
.547" bore

The T350-HB is a no-holds-barred, top-of-the line Axial Flow Valve system. It combines the best of our workhorse T350-E with the patented Harmonic Bridge.

Availability: 2-3 weeks

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Tenor T350-CR-E
.547" bore

The T350-CR-E is the latest addition to our symphonic tenor lineup. This instrument is built around a conventional rotor valve system and our harmonic pillar brace.

Availability: 2-3 weeks

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Tenor T396-A
.547" bore

After years of development, we are extremely proud of the Alessi Model T396-A. We are indebted to Mr. Alessi for taking the time to help us make the next great Edwards Trombone.

Availability: 2-3 weeks

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Jazz T302
Various small bore sizes

The T302 Jazz Trombone is the most versatile small-bore instrument on the market. Choose from many materials and construction techniques.

Availability: 2-3 weeks

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Bass B454(E)
.562", .562"/.578" bore

Versatility is the key to our bass trombone design. From orchestral to big band to brass band, the B454 can adapt to any performance situation.

Availability: 3-4 weeks

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Bass B454-DE
.562", .562"/.578" bore

The dependent valves and Edge Bracing on the B454-DE make it the perfect instrument for bass trombonists wanting more depth of sound.

Availability: 3-4 weeks

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Bass B454-V
.562", .562"/.578"

The B454-V is the ideal instrument for bass trombonists in need of multiple second valve tuning options. Available in G/Eb, Gb/D and "BB".

Availability: 3-4 weeks

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Alto A265
.500

The A265 Alto Trombone is the first modular instrument of its kind. Trombonists can select from a variety of bells, slides, tuning slides and leadpipes.

Availability: 2-3 weeks

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Feel like a Test Drive?

Visit the Edwards Pro Stop and work one-one-one with Christan or Michael.

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Latest Blog Post

Scott Shelsta to Perform with Manassas Symphony

Former “Pershing’s Own” trombone soloist Scott Shelsta will perform with the Manassas Symphony on March 1, 2014. The program will include Ferdinand David’s Concertino and Arthur Pryor’s Thoughts of Love. Details: Manassas Symphony Orchestra March 1, 2014 @ 8pm Hylton Performing Arts Center 10960 George Mason Cir, Manassas, VA 20109 more ››

In Their Own Words

John McGinness

"My Edwards trombone is a joy to play in every situation. It allows me to create the sounds I want to make and doesn't get in the way of the music I'm trying to create. It allows the flexibility I need in solo and chamber settings but has the breadth of sound necessary to contribute in the orchestra.

"The bottom line is that whether I'm playing ballads to myself or launching an assault on the viola section, my Edwards trombone just works."

John McGinness
Bass trombonist, Delaware & Roanoke Symphony Orchestras