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Pearl PFP105E Piccolo Flute
- Split E Mechanism
- Grenaditte High Wave headjoint
- Pointed cup arms
- Pearl"s Pinless Mechanism
- Includes Case and padded case cover
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The PFP-105E is made of a remarkable proprietary material, Grenaditte. Grenaditte is impervious to temperature fluctuations, and maintains precise pitch and tonal center. It is manufactured with Pearl’s Pinless Mechanism, and features a split E mechanism. It includes a Grenaditte headjoint with High Wave embouchure.
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UPDATE: Feb 26, 2014 - A GREAT Piccolo!!
After playing this piccolo for several months I am absolutely positive that this is the best piccolo for the money! I played piccolo in the US Air Force for a number years, using Zentner, Yamaha, and Haynes handmade piccolos...which were all great piccolos. What I have found is that this Pearl "intermediate grade" (yeah, right!) piccolo is the equal in response and beauty of sound to all the pro-line piccolos I've played. Granted, I am NOT a symphony-level player...but do play for theater shows where I play saxes/flute/piccolo/clarinet... I am VERY satisfied with this piccolo and continue to highly recommend it to anyone looking for a great piccolo. NOTE: I play on the "high wave" headjoint, which once you get used to it is an excellent headjoint...it is a little different feeling initially...but doesn't take long to find the "center" and the tone/response is excellent in all registers.
I read reviews on this piccolo where the people complain about being able to get into the B-C third octave. This could be because they might be switching from a metal piccolo (with a lip plate which always is an adjustment). Obviously it fits my embrouchure, because I can't get a high C out of the Hammig and on the Hammig the B/Bb takes a lot of concentrated effort. Also, the Ab is effortless on this piccolo and this has always been a tough note on other piccolos, hence the reason I purchased the Hammig which has a special Ab mechanism. Stars and Stripes will kill you every Summer if the Ab is not solid and does not speak well. To my surprise, the Ab is easier on this piccolo. That feature alone cost around 1000.00 more on the Hammig. Add in the fact that it won't crack outdoors and this is an absolutely solid piccolo for an unreal price!