Tag "Trombone"

Bach Trombones – Model 8ii

This is an unusual example of an early Bach Stradivarius model 8 trombone with the variation of model 8ii stamped on the bell.  It is suggested that the model 8ii later became known as just the model 8.  Note the

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Bach Trombones – Model (Year Introduction)

Bach Trombones – Model (Year Introduction) We are always looking for more information on this list.  Please contact us through the header contact us to provide any additional information. Model Year (Introduction – Discontinued) Model 4 1935-65 Model 5 1938-41

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Bach Trombones – Shop Cards

Vincent Bach – Shop Cards (Trombone) Bach used simple note cards for his shop card records of each horn.  In about 1926 Bach started to standardize on the information includes. During the years, the same basic information was recorded, however

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Bach Trombones – Models

Vincent Bach Trombone Models Through the years there have been just a few primary models manufactured by Vincent Bach and related companies. This list of both primary and special edition trombones are the best list we’ve been able to compile

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Bach Trombones – Bell Combinations

Vincent Bach Trombone Bells Additional information on the model 6 variations can be found here. Model Bell Types Known Model 6i #401 Model 6ii #425 Model 6iii #425 Model 6iv #431 Model 6v #431 Model 6vi #436 Model 6vii #440

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Bach Mouthpieces – Trombone Models

We are always looking for more information on the Bach trombone mouthpiece line through the years. Our goal is to summarize all of the different marketing of these mouthpieces. If you have any updated information, please contact us through the

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Serial Numbers – Trombone

There are multiple sources for the Vincent Bach trombone on the internet today. We decided to combine into a single timeline reference to better understand the instrument serial numbers vs. the status of the company. We’re always looking for more

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Hans J. Bach – Instruments

Hans Julius Bach (Vincent’s brother) helped with Vincent’s early business, and also owned and operated a music store for more than 30 years at 128 West 48th Street, New York City, NY at the same time Vincent was making instruments

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