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Trombones

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Schmitt Music has been a trusted partner to musicians in the upper Midwest since 1896. Our Schmitt Music Trombone Shop in Brooklyn Center, MN has been connecting our community with the world’s finest trombones and low-brass instruments since 2015.

We strive to provide all players with the resources they need to perfect their sound. As professional trombonists, educators, and technicians, we understand selecting an instrument is a very personal decision that takes careful consideration. Our specialists are here to make choosing your next trombone or low-brass instrument an enjoyable and rewarding experience.

Please contact us at any time, or click here to learn more about the Trombone Shop.

Adams TB1 Tenor Trombone

$3,450.00

The Adams TB1 is the newest piece of craftsmanship developed and fully handcrafted by the Adams Brass professionals. The instrument features an open short wrap with open flow rotary valve and a nickel silver single bore slide. The 1-piece hand-hammered...

Adams TBB1 Bass Trombone

$6,370.00

Schmitt Music has just expanded our selection of Adams trombones!  Check back soon for a review video! Specifications Key: Bb/F/Gb/D Bell Material: 1 Piece Hand-Hammered Yellow Brass Bell Size: 10" Slide:  Nickel Silver, Single Bore ...

Adams TBA1 Alto Trombone

$3,050.00

Black Friday Special! 15% Off Adams Instruments November 26-29 Only! Schmitt Music has just expanded our selection of Adams trombones! A great addition to the orchestral arsenal, the TBA1 Alto Trombone is a handcrafted alto trombone meant to feel like...

C.G. Conn 36H Alto Trombone

$2,879.00

The C.G. Conn model 36H continues to be a popular go-to for alto trombonists. It features a 7" yellow brass bell designed for excellent resonance and projection with a traditional wrap Bb section with a standard rotor valve adding facility to difficult...

Conn 62H Bass Trombone

$4,589.00

The Conn 62H became one of the favorite bass trombone options in the 1970's and continues to be popular choice for the player looking for a balance of playability and affordability.  The 62HI features a .562" bore with a .592" bore through the valve...