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Prelude Student Model TB711F Tenor Trombone

About the Model TB711F

Prelude instruments are brought to you by Conn-Selmer, the largest US manufacturer of band instruments. Prelude represents a premium line of value priced quality musical instruments for today's young players that are made to our exacting specifications. Backed by full warranties and service, Prelude instruments are well suited for players of all ages.

The Prelude TB711F is a value priced tenor trombone perfect for a students first experience with an F attachment trombone. It has a large .547" symphonic bore with a standard rotor valve with mechanical linkage. The traditional wrap of the F section promotes clean attacks and stability. It has nickel silver outer handslide tubes with a nickel silver crook and chrome plated nickel silver inner handslide tubes providing the ideal surface for smooth and quick action. The clear lacquer finish provides a subtle warmth to the overall sound. The TB711F is a well designed instrument perfect solo, concert band, and symphonic repertoire.

Prelude - .547" bore, key of Bb/F, 8-1/2" yellow brass bell, standard wrap F attachment with standard rotor, lightweight nickel silver handslide tubes, clear lacquer finish, Bach 12C mouthpiece, soft side case.

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The history of Leblanc dates back to 1750 when Ets. D. Noblet was established in France making instruments for the court of Louis XV.  Noblet would help establish France as the center of woodwind manufacturing.  In 1904, Noblet found himself with no heir to the family business, and it was sold to Georges Leblanc.

Leblanc_1906.jpgThe Leblanc family was known for using scientific acoustic research in the development of clarinets.  Georges’ son Leon was an outstanding clarinetist and won the top prize from the Paris Conservatoire.  As an accomplished player, he believed heavily in the scientific principles of manufacturing and brought a high level of consistency and playability to their hand made instruments. 

In 1921, Lebanc began distribution in the US with Gretsch & Brenner in New York.  However, the Leblanc family became unhappy with the amount of work involved in making adjustments to the instruments after months of travel at sea from France.  In 1946, Vito Pascucci, a repairman for the Glenn Miller band, founded Leblanc USA in Kenosha, Wisconsin and took over the distribution of Leblanc France products in the US.  Vito opened a small store front and began building his own student level instrument, leaving Leblanc to focus on the full range of professional instruments.

In 1950, Vito hired his first educator to help develop a focus on programs and materials specific to the area of music education.  Leblanc continued its focus into establishing a stable base of school music focused dealers that would later found the organization National Association of School Music Dealers (NASMD). 

In 1960, the brand Vito was created with a complete line of composite student clarinets.  In 1961, the Positive Radial Alignment Guide (P.R.A.G.), which is still used today was patented to help beginning clarinet students properly assemble the top and bottom joints of their instruments.

In 1964, Leblanc would acquire the Frank Holton Company and in 1971, the Martin Band Instrument Company.  The focus on a full line offering of brass and woodwind instruments provided significant growth and in 1989, Vito purchased 65% of the Leblanc France Company.  As Leblanc France was considered a National Treasure by the French government, it was difficult to process an entire purchase agreement with an American company.  It wasn’t until 1993, that the remaining 35% was acquired by Vito.

In 2005, Leblanc was acquired by Conn-Selmer and a new era of manufacturing began.  In 2009, Leblanc released the Bliss line of clarinets in partnership with namesake, Julian Bliss.  The Bliss clarinets offered unique features and playability not typically found in affordable student instruments.  With all clarinet production for Leblanc Vito and Bliss clarinets moved to Elkhart, Indiana, a new level of craftsmanship and innovation has been achieved.

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