Select from the models below to view manufacturing specifications, catalog descriptions, example photographs, model notes and more.
Small- and medium-bore tenor trombones with bronze alloy bell. F-attachment available.
“The Tangerine Trombone”. Single- and double-valve bass trombones with bronze alloy bells.
Reynolds’ original line of trombones. Medium-bore models with brass or sterling silver bells.
Solid nickel-silver medium-bore tenor trombone with an efficient sound that blows from dark to bright.
Small-bore tenor trombone with brass bell and nickel-silver trim. Deluxe model with nickel-silver bell flare.
Medium-bore tenor trombone with brass bell and nickel-silver trim. Only made 1959-64.
Small-bore student tenor trombone with brass bell. F attachment model available.
Late-model, medium-bore tenor trombone with F attachment. Dark ebony finish over brass.
Student-line tenor trombone made by Ohio Band Instrument Co. (1936-c.1950).
Small-bore tenor trombone with brass bell. Medium-bore F attachment model. Made from c.1940-61.
Reynolds, Professional and Contempora valve trombones. Marching trombone model.
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