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The Results of Trombone Shrine Survey
As of 3/18/99.

Gigs||Horns||Mouthpieces||Lubricants

To Date, there have been 76 responses.
76 Trombones? Wait a minute...

Types of Gigs People Play

Amateur Orchestral: 28
Amateur Jazz: 25
Beginner: 16
Advanced Orchestral: 15
Advanced Jazz: 14
Advanced Theater: 9
Professional Jazz: 7
Professional Theater: 5
Professional Orchestral: 4

Types of Trombones People Play
King 3B: 14
Bach 42: 9
Conn 88H: 8
Bach 36: 6
Yamaha Professional Tenor: 6
Yamaha Intermediate Line: 6
Bach: 6
Bach 50: 5
King: 4
Holton: 4
Conn: 4
Yamaha 613H: 3
King 606: 3
King 2B: 3
Getzen: 3
Olds: 3

Horns with only one reply:

Shires, Edwards Tenor, Edwards Bass, Bach 16, Besson Bass, King 607, Conn 22H, Con 6H, Conn 18H, King 4B, Conn Connstellation.

Bell Materials:
Yellow Brass: 19
Gold Brass: 9
Silver: 3 All were 3B Silversonics
Red Brass: 1
Rotors and Wraps:
Traditional Valve, Traditional Wrap: 20
Traditional Valve, Open Wrap: 8
Thayer Valve, Open Wrap: 4

Mouthpieces
6 1/2 AL: 20
12 C: 14
5G: 10
4G: 4
Wick 1AL: 3
Wick 5B: 3
1 1/2 G: 2
11 C: 2
17 C: 2
7 C: 2
Schilke 50: 2
Schilke 51: 2
Yamaha 59: 2
Schilke 43: 1
Schilke 58: 1
King 19: 1
Yamaha Yeo Model: 1

Other Options:
Gold Plated: 3
Megatone: 2
Marcinkiewicz Brand: 2
Greg Black Brand: 2
Paraduba Double Cup: 2
Doug Elliot Brand: 1

Slide Lubricants
Slide-O-Mix: 18
Trombontine: 14
Superslick: 10
Al Cass: 5
Selmer/Bach Slide Cream: 4
Pledge: 4
Ponds Cold Creme: 4
Conn Formula 3: 3
Just Water: 1
Singer Sewing Machine Oil: 1



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