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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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As a total non-professional, strictly hobbyist, after becoming comfortable with my (mostly student)flutes, I really wanted to try a piccolo, but had no idea which one would suit me best. After much research into materials, head joints, etc, I decided on this Pearl & couldn't be happier. Not only have I already been able to play a few simple tunes (which in itself is very gratifying), but the sound I am producing is quite close to recordings I have listened to. Maybe it's the wave head joint, but I am very glad I chose this instrument for my first venture into piccolo-land.
I have always played granadilla piccolos but changing between a humid and dry climate has wreaked havoc on them. I purchased this piccolo in hopes of getting the same warm, rich tone one gets from granadilla but without the weather damage. I am completely impressed. This piccolo delivers! The tone is very warm and full, and each note is clear, requiring little effort. The highest B and C will sound with a bit of work.
Just got my piccolo today and only thing on my mind is how much can I sell my other piccolos for because I'm going to die with this one! Love the wing head joint! Overall performance is stunning! This piccolo is a doubler's delight! I'm enjoying the piccolo now! No excuse not to own one if you ever have to play piccolo! Lower register is strong and punchy and the upper register sings like a canary! Very respnsive third octave. The notes are all there! I have no problem with the third octave B and C. This baby sings!!!
I've been looking for a piccolo that could survive the football season but still sound beautiful once inside. Although I found better sound quality from more expensive instruments I finally decided that this piccolo was just what I needed. Its low notes are full and its high notes (until around the Bb) are superb! It can deal with any reasonable temperatures and still perform at a high quality. I believe that it's at an extremely reasonable price for its quality and sound.
I have been in the market for a new piccolo for the past year. I kept looking at the Pearl, thinking that it wasn't going to be that great since it was a composite. I was wrong... I finally decided to order it, knowing that I could return it if I didn't like it. The first note I played was low D. It came out beautifully, so then I went on up the scale, never before have I had the high Bb, B, and C come out so easily on a piccolo. Last night in our community band, we were practicing "Stars and Stripes", the director told all of us to get out our piccolos. I have been intimidated by this piece for years, but with the notes speaking so clearly, I just breezed right through it. I really recommend this piccolo to anyone. I like the idea of a composite, it doesn't take as much care as a wooden instrument, and it just plays so darn well.
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