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|Item Dimensions||2 x 11.9 x 0.8 in||2 x 13.75 x 1 in||1.3 x 12.8 x 1.3 in||14.5 x 0.9 x 2 in||3 x 12.9 x 1.7 in||1 x 1 x 1 in|
ABS recorders are durable and easy to care for while providing a tone similar to that of natural wood. Though other maker's plastic recorders may have a similar appearance, Yamaha ABS recorders are truly superior instruments. They offer an ideal amount of air resistance for easy control, and feature an accuracy of intonation you would expect to find only on more expensive models. The 20 series models are easy to play throughout their ranges and are primarily intended for beginners.
This inexpensive 13-inch recorder has surprisingly good sound quality. The cream-colored, plastic instrument easily disassembles into three parts and comes with a canvas carrying bag, simple instructions, and a fingering sheet. --Richard Farr
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This recorder sounds clear and loud. Hole spacing seems correct. The holes are easy to cover and there is a clear distinction between notes.
Thick plastic makes it feel durable, but it's very light weight which makes it easier to play faster (since you aren't using much hand strength and coordination to hold the instrument up).
Like any instrument, it will require some practice to get the hang of it and get proficient, but this is pretty easy to play. Meaning, you can get a good, strong sound and play some simple songs on it right away. At the price offered at the time of this writing (approx. $9), it's worth buying 2 (so you can play along with someone else)
Of course, I gave them a try myself to check the quality of the instrument, and was quite pleased with them. The tone is quite good for such an inexpensive recorder. The higher register (above E5) becomes slightly squeaky, but the lowest notes are true with no tendency to jump the octave. The joints fit and hold securely, and the mouthpiece is smooth and comfortable...all in all, a much higher quality instrument than similarly priced plastic recorders (especially the colored transparent ones). My one complaint about this recorder is that it is slightly shorter, with the finger holes closer together, than the wooden recorder I play (I have long fingers, so this recorder is somewhat awkward to play at times)...but this does make it excellent for children or those with smaller hands/shorter fingers. A great beginner/student or backup instrument.
If you want to play in a group, somebody is going to have to retune or transpose, or the music will sound off key. Playing with a pre-recorded track is out of the question.