Used Trombone – King

$395.00$495.00

Rettig Music’s used trombones are a great sounding, dependable and affordable option for any beginning or experienced player.  Each is selected from among the most highly respected and director-approved brands to provide the sound, feel, response, and durability needed for success.

Each used trombone:
-Has been thoroughly inspected, fully repaired, and arrives to you in good playing condition
-Includes instrument, mouthpiece, plastic molded case, and case tag
-Is eligible for coverage under our Priority Service/Maintenance Program.  Your first year is only $51.00.  See below for details
-May be exchanged for an instrument of the same type of equal or greater value within 14 days*

Used inventory is subject to availability.  We will inform you if an instrument at the price you selected is not in stock and will make our best effort provide a close alternative.

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Description

Since 1894 the King name has been synonymous with world-class high quality brass instruments. World renown artists have long trusted King as their choice of musical instrument. Today’s King 606 (and closely related model 306) student trombone draws from that heritage. With a pedigree like no other, King trombones offer professional level playing characteristics to students.

Features include:
Clear lacquer finish, mouthpiece, .500″ bore, 8″ bell, hard-shell plastic case.

*Instrument exchanges must be made in person.  Rettig Music reserves the sole right to determine the occurrence and value of any misuse, neglect, or other damage, and to reduce the value of the exchanged instrument by that amount.  No cash refunds.

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Price

Retail $660 – Cash Price $395, Retail $750 – Cash Price $450, Retail $825 – Cash Price $495

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