Prelude By Selmer Pc711 Piccolo - Silver-Plated Keys With Split E Mechanism

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US$ 553.64
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US$ 553.64
US$ 601.00
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Body material
Composite Resin
Manufacturer part number
Case/gig bag
Hardshell Case with Carrying Bag
Silver-plated, Conical Bore
Key type
Plateau (closed hole)
Lip plate
Key arms
Y-arm Keys

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Designed for Aspiring Players

The Prelude by Selmer PC711 piccolo is a carefully crafted student instrument that performs well in any setting. The Prelude PC711 piccolo has a silver-plated headjoint and lip plate, and a composite resin body with enhanced durability and the acoustic qualities of wood. Silver-plated keys provide a responsive feel and consistent intonation across the instrument's range, letting you to concentrate on refining your technique. And the Prelude PC711 piccolo includes a split E mechanism for easily accessing the third octave E. Sweetwater piccolo players like the Prelude PC711's conical bore design, which has more tonal character than a normal bore. Finally, the Prelude PC711 student piccolo comes to you with a high-quality carrying case.

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While advanced players prefer wood-bodied piccolos, they require rigorous care and maintenance to minimize damage caused by changes in humidity and temperature. The Prelude PC711 piccolo has a sturdy composite resin body that resists warping and splitting, making it a worry-free instrument for young and aspiring artists that sings with a wood-like timbre. The Prelude PC711 piccolo also comes with a silver-plated headjoint and lip plate, making it simple to go from piccolo to flute without having to change your embouchure.

The Selmer legacy of quality and innovation

Conservatory-trained clarinetist Henri Selmer founded Henri Selmer Paris in 1885. Fashioning reeds and mouthpieces in his small workshop, he soon took on instrument repair and modifications, which eventually led to the design and manufacture of clarinets. In 1900, Selmer opened a retail shop in New York (the beginnings of Selmer USA). As a musician himself, Selmer understood that you cannot separate the instrument from the artist, which is why every Selmer instrument is still individually tested and certified by the company’s team of professional musician certificators. Delivering exceptional value at every level, from student to professional, Selmer USA and Henri Selmer Paris offer a full line of woodwind and brass instruments. Sweetwater is proud to bring you Selmer’s rich legacy of quality and innovation.

Prelude by Selmer PC711 Student Piccolo Features:
  • Durable composite resin body resists damage caused by temperature and humidity changes
  • Silver-plated headjoint and lip plate allow for easy transition between flute and piccolo
  • Conical bore design provides more tonal character than a standard bore
  • Silver-plated keys with attractive Y arms offer a responsive feel and accurate intonation
  • Includes a high-quality carrying case
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