Instrument Making 

We make high-quality brass instruments for professional requirements: 

- Alto trombones German style
- Tenor trombones German style
- Bass trombones German style
- Baroque alto sackbuts
- Baroque tenor sackbuts
- Baroque bass sackbuts
- Natural trumpets 
- Piccolo trumpets
- Bb trumpets
- Bugles

Prices on reques

 

These pictures show a small bore tenor trombone in the German style with and without valve section.
 

 

The next three photographs show a tenor trombone built in the German style with medium bore with a convertible system.

 

These two photographs show a bass trombone built in the German style with an independent valve system with combinations of B flat/F/E flat or B flat/F/D.

 

 

 

 

This picture shows an alto trombone in gold brass finish.

These pictures show a alto trombone ...

... in the German style with and without valve section.

Alto Trombone in Eb

Our Eb alto trombone is a professional instrument that was developed  in the style of models made by Franz Kuhn and Heribert Glassl, two renowned master instrument makers, now deceased. Valueable input for production was provided by Prof. Harry Ries, who has been playing Kuhn and Glassl instruments both in the orchestra and as a solist.  

A main feature of this instrument is that it perfectly merges into syphonic sound while at the same time keeping its individuality. Created in German style (Romanticism), the trombone has an easy response, giving the musician many opportunities for variations in sound.

Without any differences in price, you can choose among a bell in brass or gold brass and an outer slide in brass, gold brass or german silver. Laquered with case. 

Bell in sterling silver available on request. 

 

Pictures of the Alto Trombone by Sandra Borchers - www.borchers-photographie.de

 

inside slide chrome plated version

This picture shows one of our baroque alto sackbuts, silver-coated with turning ornaments and hand engravings

This picture shows one of our baroque tenor sackbuts with turning ornaments and hand engravings. 

 

This picture shows one of our F baroque bass sackbuts with turning ornaments and hand engravings. 

 

This picture zooms in on one of our Baroque bass sackbuts with an extenstion handle (hand piece made from grenadilla wood).

 

The pictures to the left and below show one of our natural trumpets with exchangeable crooks in D / Db/ C/ Cb. 

The picture to the left shows another of our natural trumpets with exchangeable crooks in in D/Db/C/Cb -widely constructed with an 11mm bore. Here you can choose among two different bell versions.
This picture shows one of our Bb/A piccolo trumpets   with  trigger at the 3rd valve, gold-plated.


 

This picture shows one of our Bb/A/G piccolo trumpets   with changing bell.

 

This picture shows one of our Bb trumpets, with tuning bell; bore size of valve 11,7mm