Shires TB47 Handslide
The slide tubing of S.E. Shires handslides is drawn in house, to precise tolerances. Our slides are then carefully assembled, aligned, and stress relieved to assure the smooth, trouble-free action that has become the hallmark of S.E. Shires trombones. Handslide models are specified by letters indicating instrument type (A = alto, T = tenor, B = bass) and crook width (no indication for standard, W = wide, B = bass crook), followed by bore size in inches (second two digits only), then tube material, weight, and crook material, if non standard.
- TB47: .547-inch (large) bore tenor handslide with bass crook—for players desiring an expansive sound and feel