Half plunger – available now

April 1st, 2018

Today´s offer:

The worlds first half plunger for trombone (trumpet version in development)

This remarkable brass tool has been sought after by composers and arrangers for decades, and is finally available exclusively through the digitaltrombone.com shop. It is an ergonomically disaster designed for musical masterpieces.

Are you tired of trying to get the full half plunger sound with 
a regular plunger? Upgrade to the half plunger now and look 
professional on the band stand.

The half plunger is also well suited for both half time playing and half time players.

As the only trombone mute on the market, the half plunger is available in both right handed and left handed versions.

Half plunger left and right hand models

Half plunger left and right hand models

You can get the half plunger in two version; pre-fabricated or as a simple do-it-yourself package with clear instructions (se manual below). view PDF version here

Half plunger manual

Available from April 1st 2018 and possibly other days too.

half plunger samplePrices:

Pre-fabricated left hand 1/2 plunger    only $39
Pre-fabricated right hand 1/2 plunger   only $49
DYI 1/2 plunger kit                              only $69

2 thoughts on “Half plunger – available now

  1. Thank God someone has finally developed a fully functional product with the left handed person in mind. As we all know, lefties have been persecuted since the dawn of time. Is it our fault that Lucifer sat at the left hand if God; or that left handed people are found in prisons and mental hospitals at a rate 10 times higher than they are in the general population. Thank you, digital trombone, for pricing this invaluable tool at a price that reflects the special needs of the sinistrally gifted.

  2. Well, being on the lefties myself, there was no way around this epic invention. And there is also proof that this is actually a piece of exquisite fine art rather than a simple tool; I haven´t sold a single piece so far.

    Thanks for your support, John

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