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You're Still a Young Man Jazz Band Grade 1 Set
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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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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! :)
Pearl has found a great niche with this instrument. I don't think any other piccolos in this price range deliver this quality. As on all pearl instruments, the intonation is great, and the keywork is light and comfortable. But unlike their flutes, which to me feel a bit light and dainty, the piccolo feels sturdy and has a nice weight. I have used mine for recording so far, with very good results. The full range of the instrument is satisfying; the lows are round and smooth, and the highs not to shrill. I have played more flute than piccolo, and the Pearl made for an easy transition, as piccolos are more tempermental than flutes.
This instrument has great quality for the money. Comparing against the next step up (Yahama), the range was complete with little effort and the tone quality definitiively superior.
I switch to this piccolo every summer, and use it for all outdoor concerts. It handles the worst environmental playing conditions (heat, humidity, rapid temperature drops), retaining a pure, almost sweet sound. Yet, it will cut through the band for those wicked embellishments, when needed. Yes, I return to a wooden piccolo for indoor jobs, but the transition from the Pearl to a Yamaha is easy (unlike changing the embouchure with many other piccolos). I have had no problems with the highest notes. My only complaint is the placement of the Bflat trill key. Overall, this piccolo is a good deal.
I purchased this piccolo because of the features. Keeping the volume under control can be difficult with a piccolo, but this piccolo gives me more control. My other piccolo use to kill the ears of the flute player sitting next to me because the volume was hard to control. I really like this piccolo and I recommend it to anyone looking for a step up piccolo. I tried many piccolos and choose this one. The price wasn't too high considering the quality of this piccolo. The wave headjoint really is helpful keeping the volume control plus the Split-E mechanism helps to keep that hard note for all us flute player in check.
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