Edwards Bass Trombones

Edwards Bass Trombone Edwards offers numerous bass trombone configurations that will meet the needs of the most discerning musicians. Edwards bass trombones are available with either Axial Flow Valves (B454-E, B454-DE, B454-V) or Rotax Valves (B502-I, B502-D). Both series can be configured to achieve an ideal sound in orchestral, wind band, jazz or commercial settings. In addition, certain B454 models are available with G first valves or the popular Blair Bollinger tuning.

More Info: Bells | Valves | Slides | Options & Accessories

Bass B454(E)
.562", .562"/.578" bore

Versatility is the key to our bass trombone design. From orchestral to big band to brass band, the B454 can adapt to any performance situation.

Availability: 6 months

Details

Bass B454-DE
.562", .562"/.578" bore

The dependent valves and Edge Bracing on the B454-DE make it the perfect instrument for bass trombonists wanting more depth of sound.

Availability: 6 months

Details

Bass B454-V
.562", .562"/.578"

The B454-V is the ideal instrument for bass trombonists in need of multiple second valve tuning options. Available in G/Eb, Gb/D and "BB".

Availability: 6 months

Details

Bass B502-I
.562", .562"/.578" bore

The B502-I is the perfect instrument for bass trombonists that strive for a consistent, clear sound in all registers.

Availability: 4 months

Details

Bass B502-D
.562", .562"/.578" bore

The B502-D is the perfect instrument for bass trombonists that want a more open feel and a clear sound in all registers.

Availability: 4 months

Details

Latest Blog Post

Introducing the B502

Our customers have been asking for a Rotax bass trombone for quite some time. After years of development, we’re happy to announce that the B502 is now ready for purchase. We’ve been testing it in the marketplace for over a year. In that time, refinements have been made to our original designs. As we continually […] more ››

In Their Own Words

Gregory Harper

"I have owned an Edwards bass trombone for the past nine years. My B454 has helped me progress through my collegiate studies and into my profesional job with ease. Whether playing Haydn or cranking it out on Mahler, the variety of colors I'm able to produce makes it a joy to play."

Gregory Harper
Bass Trombonist, Colorado Symphony