Tromhorn

The Tromhorn had the tube length and bore size of a tenor trombone, but wrapped in the appearance of a baritone. It was intended to serve as a replacement for the valve trombone in concert and marching bands. The Tromhorn was seemingly based on the King Trombonium produced by H.N. White and was produced from the mid-late 1950s through Reynolds’ last few years at the Cleveland factory.

c.1958-1964
Model Size Description Example
95 Bore: TBD
Bell: 7½”
Contempora Tromhorn | Valves: three piston valves | Materials: TBD | Finish: 1CL (brass, clear lacquered), 2BB (silverplated, bright bell) or 3GB (silverplated, gold bell) Model 95. Photo source: eBay.
Notes and Quotes

1958, 1959 Roth-Reynolds catalog:

A completely new tenor sound for band and brass ensemble, Contempora Tromhorn is ideal for both concert and marching band performances. Built in Bb, graceful design, the Tromhorn can be easily mastered by brass players. Accurate intonation. Includes deluxe case and accessories.