We’ve rounded up a bunch of honest reviews from customers, musicians, and educators around the world who have actual hands-on experience with the pCornet. Because we know what they have to say matters to you.
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Blogs and websites
Read on to take a look at what some of the customers who purchased a pCornet directly from us had to say.
"Absolutely fantastic cornet , sounds fantastic and kids love it, nice size." - Five Stars
"Good quality. Bought for my four year old grandson to play alongside his musician dad really good value for a learning trumpet and sounds good as well." - Five stars
"Perfect for the young cornet player. Light yet robust enough for some rough handling. Even my three year old grandson can blow some strong notes through it. Comes with two mouth pieces which the player can choose between, depending on the type of playing utilised. Great fun." - Five stars
"Brilliant starter. Absolutely fantastic and super light. My 5 year old son is happily playing away on it as I type. Great starter before committing to the next stage and higher costs." - Five stars
Amazon Customer Reviews
With 70 global ratings on Amazon from verified purchases, the pCornet has an average score of 4 out of 5, and half of all reviews are five stars! Read on to see what some of our Amazon customers have to say about their time with the pCornet.
Absolutely brilliant for little beginners - Anifersgirls
"Our 7 year old daughter is loving her new hobby. The neighbours not so much."
"My son in law for whom this was a gift was thrilled with this cornet . He is an ex military bandsman and tells me he would highly recommend this cornet . Delivered swiftly and is exactly as advertised."
Want to hear what some of the more esteemed musical publications on the internet have to say about the pCornet? Read on and find out!
Plastic Fantastic - 4BarsRest
"The valves are slick, to help not hinder emerging technical talent, and the main tuning slide has more than enough play in it to help keep things in tune with other players.
"What’s not to like about an instrument that is made by a company with a fine ethical production outlook, provides excellent teaching aids and on-line resources, is brilliantly designed, made to last (although it is recyclable), is bags of fun to play and costs less than the latest Premiership football team replica kit?"
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