Thein has been making fine brass instruments in Bremen since the 1970s. Many of their trombones are used all over the world and Thein is regarded as one of the best makers anywhere. Mostly known for their traditional German trombones. The Universal model was created to offer another option more familiar to players who use American made trombones like the Bach 42 and Conn 88H.
I feel incredibly lucky to be able to present you two Thein trombones handpicked at the factory by a Thein artist. That way you know you will be getting some of the best parts Thein makes.
One of those two trombones is this really nice Thein Universal 2 tenor trombone in like new condition! All yellow brass (which is a special feature) and with two different bells. One is the standard 8.5” bell for a large bore trombone. The second bell is smaller at about 7.5 – 8”. This gives you a lot of flexibility for those occasions where you need a smaller sound for baroque or romantic repertoire.
In the pictures you can see a Meinlschmidt valve section which unfortunately is not for sale. I can easily order a new Hagmann or Meinlschmidt valve section for you through my contacts at the Thein factory.