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Prelude by Conn-Selmer Student Model Piccolo
The Prelude PC711 piccolo is an entry-level instrument that features a silver-plated head, composition body,...$419.00Compare Compare Now site1prod585552
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Earn 2X PointsYamaha YPC-32 Piccolo
This piccolo is appropriate for either the concert or marching band. It features a body made from durable ABS...$1,387.00Compare Compare Now site1prod461509
Best SellerGemeinhardt Model 4PMH Piccolo
Student model piccolo with Silver-plated head, high impact plastic body. An excellent choice for the student...$839.00Compare Compare Now site1prod475424
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Jupiter JPC700 Student Piccolo
Silver-plated nickel silver headjoint and body, silver-plated keys. Key of C. Includes molded case.$689.00Compare Compare Now site1prod460198
But why plastic for an instrument that's traditionally made of wood? The answer is simple: low maintenance and high reliability. For a beginner who doesn't want to have to make a second career of instrument care, plastic resin is something like a dream material. It can sound very close to the tone produced by a wooden instrument, but is much more affordable and it will never crack or warp. It only needs the most basic of care, so it's a total cinch to keep an instrument like the Jupiter 303S Piccolo or the Bundy BPC-300 Piccolo sounding its absolute best. Although if you are looking for a different material, you're not out of luck either - for instance, Jupiter 301S Student Piccolo is one of the most popular beginner models on the planet, with a silver-plated body that delivers excellent projection and durability.
That's student piccolos in a nutshell - built tough to withstand the rigors of student use and frequent practice, based on designs that are easy to play and even easier to maintain. Without having to devote too much effort to taking care of your instrument, you'll have more freedom to focus on what's truly important: developing your skills and working on becoming the best musician you can be. And then, when it's time to step up to an intermediate or even professional model, you'll have a great foundation to build on.