Easy to play
pTrumpet has been designed especially for small people and, being made from recyclable ABS plastic, it is much lighter (less than half the weight!) than traditional brass trumpets. The combination of the ergonomic design and light weight aids your child’s ability to develop good technique and posture and means their arms won’t get tired as quickly; they can enjoy playing for longer and progress faster!
The pTrumpet is fantastic value for money, costing around a third of the price of beginner brass trumpets. It comes with everything your child needs to play straight away: a smart fabric carry bag, two plastic mouthpieces (3C and 5C, although it’s also compatible with any standard trumpet mouthpiece) and an array of supporting online learning resources should you need them.
Brass trumpets are easily dented, damaged and high maintenance. Because our pTrumpet is made from plastic it is extremely durable and strong, and can withstand the inevitable rough treatment it may receive wherever you take it! Low maintenance and robust the pTrumpet is a worry free, dependable and fun trumpet.
If you do want to assess your child’s progression through graded music exams, pTrumpet is a perfect beginner instrument used by teachers to instantly delight and engage with children all over the world.
*UK shipping of £5.75 applies to ptrumpets
Making pInstruments carbon neutral
As consumers, just like you, our buying decisions are influenced by how sustainable the products are that we buy for our family. We're delighted therefore to be able to share that Warwick Music Group and all their products: pBone, pBone mini, pTrumpet, pCornet, pTrumpet hyTech, pBuzz and pBugle - are Carbon Neutral.
What this means is that the carbon emissions caused by these instruments have been balanced by funding an equivalent amount of carbon savings elsewhere in the world. These savings are generated through helping to fund renewable energy projects and energy efficiency projects - many of which bring additional social and community benefits in developing countries as well as reducing greenhouse gases.