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bonam's review

By bonam, 19/10/2008
I use it for several months.

Obviously the most is the price (just over 150). He also does the book in a box trsrsistante transport.

Are the least
* Weight: heavy for a paperclip more "standard": do not buy for a child as too heavy,
* Accuracy (we lost almost a half-tone on one octave), but a beginner will not notice too much beginner in any case - be careful not to adjust cons by the note of forming a mask / breath - as a beginner is better to leave a note + / - false in accordance with the instrument;)
* Finishing & Co, Made in China ", standards Franaise / the European are not necessarly taken into account, especially as regards the patent (cancrigne? - Note that old Brass instruments need to be equally, however ...).

So one has for his money (not much), this trombone is a musical instrument and not a toy unplayable.

If I keep practicing this instrument a few months I m'achterai a model that has a little more recognized by music teachers to be a good study of trombone (=> less cumbersome and more accurate ).
A priori, so it takes about 400 for such an instrument.
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Made for beginners

By yoTrakkz, 29/11/2011

I can't say the Stagg 77 TA this is the greatest trombone out there. It's just a good beginner trombone. It's easier to hold than some better sounding ones, because the weight distribution is more even. This might be to the detriment of the sound, but for younger players it's more important that they can actually hold it! I don't like how little expression you can get out of it, and I really don't like the general tone really. But I have fond memories of it, so I guess I don't mind it too much. I feel like the slide, even when well lubricated, just isn't as easy to maneuver as a better trombone's. 


I didn't try many other models prior to getting this one. I've played a few since, and they have mostly been far better than this one. Then again, they were much more expensive than this one, and they weren't geared towards 

This is arguably the best thing about the trombone. It's one of the cheaper models out there, and my high school purchased a ton of them. Definitely a good investment for a beginner, since it will generally continue to sound for as long as they're playing it, until they reach a point of maturity where they remain interested enough to get another one. 

I would probably go with something a little better than this if I had to buy a trombone again in the near future, but again, I would recommend it to anyone who's trying to learn; it served me well for over four years, and I never got too frustrated with it. 

This trombone is good, but it's not recommended for a really experienced player. I think anyone who's good enough at Trombone will realize this. I remember having a lot of trouble with it buzzing and getting irritating after awhile. That being said, it's mostly up to the player when it comes to the instruments; with a good player, it sounds good. It doesn't have the richest or smoothest sound out there, but it's good enough for me. 

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  • Manufacturer:Stagg
  • Model:77-TA
  • Category:Trombones
  • Added in our database on: 10/16/2006

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