Baroque- and Renaissancesackbut

baroque-sackbut bell

Our sackbuts are built according to the scale of historical original instruments.
Our requirement is to build excellent and magnificant instruments that will allow the musicians to perform excellently and make magnificant music.

It should be remembered, however, that most of the original instruments are out of their original condition.
There are numerous evidences that the majority of the instruments found in museums have been restored or rebuilt and are therefore not in their original condition.
Often, the instruments in the museum consist of several instrument fragments from different centuries.
Therefore, we have developed our models based on the scale and sound of the original instruments, but with a significantly improved intonation and playability.
We build our instruments only in the best and historically authentic craftsmanship quality.

Of course on request, we can also make exact copies with all original dimensions.
But then we would also have to copy all the negative properties of the instruments, especially with regard to intonation and playability. In our large collection we have some original instruments from the 17th and 18th centuries.
These instruments serve as very good examples of our philosophy of instrument making.

It is important to us that we use the same craftsmanship, executions and, in some cases, tools such as the instrument makers of the 16th and 17th centuries.
Therefore, we do not have different versions of the quality.
We only build the best quality.
All work is done by us in our workshop.
We only do not produce the historic sheet metal, the chrome plating of the inner slides and the lacquer.

The bells are hand-hammered, soldered with historical solder and beat to bell shapes, all tube parts are hand soldered and rolled.
The surface of the brass is hand polished or scraped by hand.
All instruments have elaborate renaissance - baroque or classical handcrafted ornamentation.
The bell rim is at the 3rd train position (as like modern trombones) or at the 4th slide position (historically correct).
The inner slides are with boots and chrome.
Or on request, we also build the inner slides in brass without boots.
Schallstück / Bell
Kranz /Garland
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Sterling silver 925 instruments upon request



Renaissance-Tenor- Sackbut Model Schnitzer (1551)

Renaissance Tenorposaune Modell Schnitzer

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Alto-Sackbut in Eb


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Tenor-Sackbut in Bb

Model Drewelwecz
  (narrow bore)

Model Hainlein
   (wide bore)

Model middle bore

renaissance/baroque tenor sackbut in Bb

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Bass-Sackbut in F (or ES and D)

Model Hainlein Model  Oller Model Ehe
Bass sackbut model in F or Eb Hainlein Bass Sackbut in F model Oller bass sackbut in Eb and D or in F model Ehe

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Special equipment with silver plating set : (stays,ferrule,garland)

upon request

Classical Bass-Sackbut

      Baßposaune, klassisches Schallstück    

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Classical Tenor-Sackbut

classical tenor sackbut

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Classical Alto-Sackbut

        Altposaune, klassisches Schallstück