JP Rath 231 Tenor Trombone: New arrival!

John Packer
$1,535.00 $1,075.00 (You save $460.00)
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SKU TBN-JP RATH 231
Weight 20.00 LBS
Height 10.00 (in)
Width 34.00 (in)
Depth 10.00 (in)
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The JP231 Rath features a unique and exclusively designed Michael Rath leadpipe and is created from high grade 80:20 brass throughout. An 8" bell and .525" medium large bore is included as standard giving players great projection and superior articulation throughout the range. A truly spectacular tenor trombone. The JP231 Rath and JP Rath range as a whole benefit from exactly the same manufacturing processes to slide and bell as Michael Rath's own handmade instruments ensuring customers a fantastic trombone.

The JP231 Rath would be suitable for a progressing player and would be suited to playing in almost any genre, including classical and jazz settings, and could even be great for a principal trombonist in an orchestral setting that desires a straight Bb trombone. JP Rath trombones are characterised by a professional standard of workmanship and a very high level of performance. Often compared with professional models, the JP231 Rath competes extremely well against more expensive instruments from top makers. The JP231 Rath and JP Rath range as a whole benefit from exactly the same manufacturing processes to slide and bell as Michael Rath's own handmade instruments ensuring customers a truly spectacular result. 


Specifications

  • Key: Bb
  • Bore: .525" (13.34mm) ML Bore
  • Bell: 8" (203mm) High Grade 80:20 Brass
  • Slide: High Grade 80:20 Brass
  • Waterkeys: 1
  • Finishes: Lacquer or Satin Lacquer or Silver Plate
  • Additional features: Exclusive Michael Rath design leadpipe
  • Accessories included: JP Mouthpiece, JP Pro Trombone Case

 

JP231 Rath Review

"These new offerings from John Packer, designed by British trombone guru, Michael Rath, promise much in the way of quality to price ratio. The JP231 Rath is a .525" medium large bore trombone, which is exactly the sort of instrument most players will start on and most teachers will recommend. It is a straight Bb model with 8-inch bell. It has a warm sound, more akin to a large bore instrument, but production feels easy. It’s well balanced and comfortable to hold, this trombone finds itself up against stiff competition from all quarters of the industry. The playing characteristic is full and mellow, and the heavy bell centres the sound. The smaller of the two instruments (JP231 Rath) would be perfect for a beginner and it would not be out of place in the hands of a professional as a spare or emergency trombone while working in the big band or pop industry. These are solid functional trombones and, in my opinion, offer unsurpassed value for money and are without doubt one of the finest instruments on the market."

 

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