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pCornet Plastic Cornet - Red

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pCornet Plastic Cornet - Red

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pCornet Plastic Cornet - Red
pCornet Plastic Cornet - Red
pCornet Plastic Cornet - Red
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pCornet is the world's first ever fully plastic cornet based on the traditional British Shepherd's crook Bb cornet, designed in the UK for musicians by musicians. It comes in its own cloth bag along with a 2b and 4b Denis Wick plastic mouthpiece.

pCornet is less than half the weight of a brass trumpet due to the plastic material throughout the whole instrument, so it's ideal for the younger player and for all those who may have difficulty with the weight and balance. Its unrivaled price enables everyone to enjoy the quality of an equivalent metal instrument at a third of the cost. Happy in the hands of the world's seasoned professionals, pCornet is also the perfect starter instrument.

Features

• Traditional Shepherd's Crook style Bb Cornet
• Bell size 4 3/4 inches
• Unique fully plastic valve system
• Includes two Denis Wick plastic mouthpieces (2B & 4B)
• All plastic water-key
• One piece patented lead pipe
• Adjustable main tuning slide
• Lightweight and easy to hold, just 500g
• Cloth bag

Specifications

Weight: 500g
Key: Bb
Included Accessories: Denis Wick Mouthpieces and Cloth Bag

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Pcornet 1 of 1 customers found this review helpful
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I like this little horn although requires a lot of effort to play. The springs that come with it needed replacing. Also, I had to sand down one of the valves. It was a good little horn to learn on but it has a high probability of failing. Play a couple scales… valve is stuck…. Play a couple tunes… spring has failed. It’s a starter instrument.
Posted by Jacob Sinclair on Oct 23, 2023
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