At Warwick Music, we want to make the joy of music accessible and safe for Schools and Music Hubs. That is why we have created the pBuzz and pBugle Bundle. This means that a class of 30 can play a pInstrument for under £10 (ex VAT) per child. Our instruments come with in-built[...]
We have received quite a few enquiries about our choice of key for the pBugle so I thought I’d sit down and write a few words to share my thoughts on the subject.
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.
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.
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[...]
When we created the pBuzz, it was designed to make beginning a brass journey as simple as possible - especially if lead by a non-brass playing adult.
As part of our testing and evaluation in the pBugle development pathway our friends at Sheffield Music Hub helped us run a morning of workshops at a school in Chapeltown: Coit Primary School. Here we share with you what we wanted to achieve and how we went about it!
After the success of the ground breaking and innovative brass training instrument pBuzz, we found after talking to customers and trumpet based teachers that while they really welcomed a simplified training instrument for brass, they didn’t feel an affinity with the pBuzz in the[...]