The 62H Bass Trombone has special double rotors to F and E. The double rotor bass trombone with second rotor E tuning eliminates the need to pull the F slide to play low B, and maintains the advantage of having C and F in 1st position.
This instrument not only has all the advantages of single rotor bass trombones pitched in Bb and F, but also by using the overtone series of the E valve, the player now has three horns in one; Bb, F and E. The Rose brass bell gives this instrument the richer, darker sound preferred by many bass trombonists.
Bell: 9 - ½ (242mm) annealed rose brass bell
Bore: 562 (14.27mm) primary bore, .580 (14.73mm) bore through rotor sections
Rotors: stacked rotors function as a dependent system
Inner Slide: Chrome plated
Mouthpiece: 1- ½ G Mouthpiece
Case: Deluxe Wood shell Case
3 Interchangeable lead pipes