We're delighted to announce that Richard Harvey has joined the team as an Education Ambassador.
Suitable for pBuzz, pBugle, pCornet, pTrumpet, pBone, pBone mini and pTrumpet hyTech, our pInstrument Cleaning & Care Kit includes everything you need to keep your pInstrument safe and clean. pInstruments are made from a tough and durable ABS plastic as well as having embedded[...]
Designed to hit the right note with mini musicians the pBugle is a perfect blend of toy and musical instrument. Colourful, light weight and easy to use, children as young as six can learn about brass through playful exploration.
For Warwick Music Group, innovating and developing new musical instruments is something we are passionate about - mostly because the needs and desires of modern children don't always meet the musical products which were designed centuries ago and have changed little.
We are delighted to announce our next commitment in sustainability - reduce, reuse, recycle - by launching our Trade It Up Scheme. pBuzz and pBugles purchased from one of our official UK music retailers now come with a guaranteed trade-in value against any other pInstruments[...]
Learning is one of life's greatest pleasures. Whether it be purely academic or for fun, a day spent learning is a day that doesn’t go to waste. However, this doesn't mean that it doesn't come with its own frustrations. One common culprit for this is the process of learning a new[...]
Today we had the chance to explore the new pBugle. We thought it would be fun to give it to our 5 and 7 year old without telling them what it was and see what they thought of it.
Hello and welcome to “Learn to Play pBugle”! In this blog we will share everything you need to get started making music on the pBugle.
Brass instruments manufactured in plastic have been independently certified as carbon neutral.
After the success of the ground-breaking and innovative brass training product pBuzz, feedback began to suggest that although trumpet-based teachers welcomed a simplified training instrument, they didn’t really feel an affinity with the pBuzz, seeing it as more of a “lower[...]