What Do the Pan American Trombones Look Like?
This page contains a list of trombones for which I have acceptable quality pictures, so you can see what they look like.
If you have a good quality picture of an instrument not on this list, please contact me.
Note: All trombones are in Bb unless otherwise noted. Modern trombones played in C are actually Bb trombones played using different notes for the various slide positions, and can be played in Bb just as easily (the "closed" position becomes written C as opposed to written Bb). "Real" C trombones are rare and play as written C in the closed position. This is a controversial subject among some trombone players and conductors.
Pan American 64H Champion Date: 1930's, Owned by Andreas Kolpatzik