Made in the USA | .547"
Large Bore | 8.5" One Piece Hand-Hammered Bell |
New Axial Flow Valve (double bearing)
New Handslide Manufacturing Process
42AF models feature
Bach's new Patented Axial Flow Valve that uses a
unique double bearing system
(top and bottom) giving
the smoothest and most reliable rotor action
|Mail In Rebate on All Conn, King & Bach Pro Trombones!
|$100 Mail In Rebate!
April 1, 2014 through June 30, 2014, all new Conn, King & Bach Pro
qualify for a $100 Mail In Rebate
Includes Store Used Demo Models!
Rebate will will come in the form of a Visa/Mastercard debit card to the
person listed on the rebate certificate, mailed in an envelope marked
from Fifth Third Bank. Not valid for purchases by schools or
institutions. Only valid on new instruments. Not valid in conjunction
with any other Conn-Selmer sponsored promotion. Mail-In Rebate is not
instant and not payable at the retail store. Must be 18 years or older.
Offer good to US & Canadian residents (please note that US dealers
cannot ship these items outside of the US). Void where prohibited, taxed
or restricted by law.
|Bach Stradivarius 42AF Models
||Featuring Bach's new patented Axial Flow
valve with top and bottom bearings. New Handslide fabrication process
gives unprecedented quality slides. Strad model 42. .547" bore, 8 1/2"
one piece yellow brass hand-hammered bell, yellow brass outer slides,
wood thumb lever. Clear lacquer.
||Same as Bach Strad model 42AF
but with a Gold Brass Bell.
||Same as Bach Strad model 42AF but sold
Without a Case.
||Same as Bach Strad model 42AF but with
in Bright Silver Plate.
Bach Stradivarius 42AF Series
100% in the USA - Contrary to
misinformation, the Bach Strad is still
made 100% in Elkhart, Indiana. They are
NOT made in China as some claim.
Hand-Hammered One-Piece Bell
Double Bearing (top & bottom) Axial Flow
Warranty covering defects in workmanship
Stradivarius Case, Bach Mouthpiece
Over the past
few years, Bach has re-committed themselves to
building the world's best trombones. The changed
many of the techniques at the factory in order
to yield horns that are truly worthy of the
"Stradivarius" name. Sadly, many people on the
internet will attempt to misinform customers
saying that the Strad is made in China, in order
to discourage the customer from purchasing. This
is NOT true.
Stradivarius trombones are still to this day,
100% Made in the USA. They are made in the
factory in Elkhart, Indiana where they have been
made for decades.
In fact, Bach
has recently started using a new revolutionary
manufacturing process for their slide tubes
yielding a slide unlike anything we have ever
seen from Bach trombones. Recently, we ordered
in a 42BO for a customer and were so impressed,
that Dave Kessler sent the following email to
Tedd Waggoner, the factory manager for Bach:
Kessler) personally go over every Bach Strad
trombone that comes into our store to make sure
that they are up to the caliber that we
advertise them to be. Honestly, every now and
then we do get a Strad that has a problem. When
this happens, that horn is sent immediately back
to the factory. We will only keep horns that are
up to the level that we find appropriate with
the Stradivarius name.
have any questions, please call Dave Kessler Toll Free
at 1-888-830-0474 Mon-Fri 9:30-6:00 | Sat 9:30-4:00 | Sun: Closed, West Coast Time.
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