A wonderful addition to the TJ flute family is this very free blowing TJ African Blackwood piccolo with mopane headjoint embouchure cut by English maker Andrew Oxley.
It is not always easy for flute players to transition to playing the piccolo, so the Trevor James wooden piccolo has been designed with ease of playing and quality of sound production as it's primary focus. The headjoint has a reformed embouchure hole to give added focus to the sound along with tonal warmth and freedom of dynamic range.
TJ GVR Piccolo:
Headjoint: Mopane with ‘reformed’ embouchure hole hand cut by English maker Andrew Oxley
Body: African Blackwood
Mechanism: Silver plated
Case: Included with cover
Finished & setup by English technicians
|Body||African Blackwood (Grenadilla)|
|Lip Plate||Reformed embouchure hole hand cut by English maker Andrew Oxley|
|Mechanism||Silver plated - Smooth, quiet mechanism.|
|Pads||High quality pads with accurate airtight seal which is vitally important to the performance of the instrument|
|Case||Included - Wooden case with black fleecy lined case cover|
Fine care and attention to the finishing of all key work – carefully worked during manufacture and then double checked by English technicians to ensure instrument looks great to the eye!
Accuracy and tightness of all fitting of the key assembly - Gives a secure and positive feel to the player.
Due to ongoing product development efforts, specifications are subject to change without notice.