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Pearl Flutes PFP-105 Grenaditte PiccoloThe Pearl-105 piccolo employs composite Grenaditte. As this material is impervious to temperature and humidity, there is no danger of cracking and intonation is much more stable. It has a highwave style headjoint, French pointed arm keys, and pinless construction.
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This piccolo looks, feels and plays/sounds like wood, but since it's grenadite it's much sturdier. Conical bore, pointed key arms. You may find the embouchure configuration a little strange, but it plays very well from the low D thru the highest Bb. (I cannot get the high B nor C.) I tried this instrument against a professional friend's set of Haynes and other costly (up to $5K) piccolos; there was not that much difference in tone, intonation and responsiveness. Bottom line: this is a good bet. Also: true to their word, WW/BW did not post the charge to my account until I'd had the picc for 30 days.
I recently purchased this piccolo and it was love at first sight! It has the look and feel of wood, but can withstand drastic temperature changes since it is made of a new substance called "grenaditte", especially designed by Pearl. It plays so softly and smoothly in all ranges, but can belt out with volume when needed. With pointed keys (4 of them), a split-E mechanism, and the famous pinless construction, this piccolo is fabulous. The one-piece bore constructionprovdes players with an extremely dependable mechanism. It is a joy to behold and to play. After a 10-minute test drive, I knew it was the piccolo for me. It plays far better than any wooden piccolo I have ever played, and it has the perfect balance of tone in all ranges. The professional case Extra large), cover, and cleaning accessories are a nice bonus. The price is a bargain, but get it now. Prices will, undoubtedly, go up. I have the priviledge of having #112. I bet many more will be made soon...get yours now!
I started my piccolo search about two years ago, and let me tell you, there are A LOT of options out there. I am a Powell flautist, and was dying to own a Powell piccolo, but the $5000 price tag was a HUGE deterrant. I tried many comparable wooden piccolos (Roy Seaman, Yamaha professional, DiZiao, Haynes, etc...), but none of them "gelled". I ordered this piccolo about a month ago used (college student=tight budget), and could not be more pleased! It might not be wood, but it sounds so much like it that even my picky ear cannot tell the difference! There is full resonance in every octave, and the low register is GEORGEOUS! I have no trouble playing the full range of the instrument (even squeaked out a couple of high C's!), which is a HUGE plus. This piccolo is a great buy for someone on a tight budget or someone looking to upgrade from a student model instrument. What are you waiting for? Give one a try yourself! :)
Ok, I am fairly new to the piccolo but a long time flutist and flute teacher. However over the past weeks as I am learning a proper piccolo embouchure and sound control I have had the opportunity to play an old silver Haynes, a gold-plated Venus off Ebay that actually played pretty well but with stiff key action, a silver plated Armstrong, a composite Armstrong, a Yamaha YPC 32 and a couple composite Gemeinhardts including the P4 which I also bought. This Pearl is extremely beautifully made. The silver plating on the very comfortable and ergonomic keys seems heavily coated with a deep silver shine. The key action is even, smooth and precise. The tone deep, focused and full (quite wood like). The intonation is surprisingly even up the scale. Although still developing a piccolo embouchure I was easily able to get the very high Bb to speak. I could not get this note on all the other piccolos I have blown over the past few weeks but again I am new to piccolo playing. A great buy at this price without the hassles of wood maintenance or warping.
I have played flute and piccolo for years in numerous bands and shows including the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra and Les Miserables in Chicago. As a doubler, this piccolo served me very well in the shows I have played. The embouchure switch between flute and this piccolo is very easy and it doesn't throw me off like with other instruments. As a doubler, I was drawn to this piece for the price and the features (having numerous instruments for shows can be very expensive). In my orchestra, I played this instrument for Beethoven's 5th, Rite of Spring, and Daphnis and Chloe 2nd suite to fill in for some sick players. I received so many compliments on my performances that were done on this instrument. The sound is easy to control and very sweet. My high notes come out very easily (some people seemed to have a problem with this instrument in the high register but I didn't). Overall it's great for a price. True it's not a Powell or Haynes custom piece, but it serves its purpose. My advice is to play on a different headjoint than the one this comes with. From my experience, wave headjoints make the mid-register difficult to control. I use a wood standard Burkart headjoint with mine and it sounds beautiful and smooth. The low notes aren't as loud, but that is a small sacrifice.
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