You’ve probably heard me banging on about how great plastic brass is! How plastic brass (which we’ve abbreviated to pBrass – sorry Warwick Music… it just makes sense!) has made learning a brass musical instrument so much more accessible. Yes, your children can drop the plastic instrument and it will still play perfectly fine. See the video below for the proof (I’m not having you on…promise)! So now do you believe me? You can see the full range of plastic brass instruments here. However, for this blog, you’ll find class packs – great for education. pTrumpet Class Pack. There’s a variety of different coloured pTrumpets suitable for 15 players. The packs make purchasing higher quantities of instruments easier and cheaper. Yes we have thrown in a few deals for you along the way. We encourage music education, so why not help you schools and music services out? After all, you’re the ones teaching the future generations of musicians. We couldn’t be any more supportive. You can take a more detailed look at the pTrumpet class pack here. The pBuzz Education Bundle features 15 pBuzz’s, 15 extra mouthpieces, a teachers learn to play lesson book and a large storage box. Everything a classroom could need. So, rejuvenate those recorder music lessons and create new traditions. Other schools have – you can see the benefits in the video below. If the video doesn’t do it for you, we also had a primary school review the pBuzz. pBrass Class Pack includes a variety of pInstruments to get your music classrooms enthused by the brightly coloured instruments. The ultimate plastic brass class pack. Suitable for 25 players, this pack is big enough for most student groups.