truedrew91 • Apr 12, 2019 Is it possible to play the tenor trombone notes on the bass trombone I've been trying and I think I'm close Comments [user=29738818]gpmcgibbon[/user] Yes, if you have the correct mouthpiece and "chops." Just keep practicing [user=28283586]James Swinton[/user] Bass bone is basically a large bore tenor with the extra trigger/s, so it shouldn't be hard. However, these changes can make it harder, so it may be harder to hit the top notes as the instrument is tailored for playing in the depths of the sea. [user=18101561]Cassieowl712[/user] Yes [user=25410996]Daniel Corrigan[/user] Yes, a bass trombone has the same tubing length as a tenor, with the added option of triggers to extend the tubing. The official range for moderate bass trombone players is pedal C to the second C above the staff Your comment Only members of a group can post to group discussions, so Join Bass to Tenor?