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pBuzz - The Easy and Fun Way To Make Music

Regular Price: $36.95

Special Price: $29.95

NEW pBuzz plastic instrument with mouthpiece
Discover the joy of music in seconds. Learn to play in minutes. Enjoy for a lifetime!

'A brilliant instrument at a brilliant price.' - Primary Teacher Awards 2016

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pBuzz - The Easy and Fun Way To Make Music

Discover the joy of music in seconds. Learn to play in minutes. Enjoy for a lifetime. More eye-catching than a recorder, lighter than a drum and easier to play than a xylophone - the new brightly colored, lightweight and smooth edged pBuzz makes music fun for early learners!

Offering a truly authentic experience of a proper mouthpiece, the pBuzz has a range of 6 notes through its movable slide. The slide positions are outlined by color, note name and also slide positions 1 - 6 so children can learn in many ways, from traditional notation to a note color system, to help aid understanding of pitch and varying length. Designed to widen the appeal of plastic instruments and engage a brand new market, the pBuzz is the latest innovative venture from Warwick Music Group. The Coventry-based team of British brass musicians’ successes to date include the world’s first plastic trombone, pBone, which was closely followed by the pBone Mini, and the award-winning pTrumpet.

Research has shown that children who have early exposure to musical instruments develop areas of the brain that relate to social behavior, language and reasoning skills, as well as memory. The pBuzz can also help develop a child’s sensory and fine motor skills, encourage self-expression, stimulate imagination and creativity, build confidence and nurture their natural music talents.

'A brilliant instrument at a brilliant price.' - Primary Teacher Awards 2016

'...the perfect starter instrument for children as young as 3 or 4.' - Pauly,

'pBuzz is a brilliant introduction to brass instruments.' - The Independent


  • - Plays like a straight trombone
  • - Used by music educators and parents to introduce kids to brasswind instruments or just for musical fun
  • - Made in the UK
  • - Durable hygienic plastic and detachable mouthpiece with BioCote anti-microbial technology for protection against bacteria and mold
  • - Winner of the 2016 Primary Teachers Award
  • - Range of 6 notes (C B Bb A G F) which are marked on the slide using the ChromaNotes™ color system—the same color system as Boomwhackers® .
  • - Designed by musicians with a 5" bell and easy to play slide
  • - Perfect for early learners
  • - Easy to play mouthpiece makes it a perfect introduction to brass playing
  • - Discover the joy of music in seconds
  • - Learn to play in minutes
  • - Enjoy for a lifetime!

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An awesome experience
by Jordan Stehle from Tennessee on 5/24/2017
We got the pBuzz for our 2 1/2 year old and he is IN LOVE with it! He now has his own buzzing instrument to work on while I practice! He figured out how to "buzz" within a few days and is sliding around like a champ!
Parent and Music Educator
by Mrs. Diaz from Tennessee on 3/17/2017
My 5 year old son had been dreaming of playing the trombone. I knew a trombone would be much too large and difficult for him to play. The pbuzz is the perfect fit for him! and makes the sound he so wanted to hear, what's better, he is beginning to learn the proper techniques for moving on to a trombone in the future! Also my band teacher friend gave me a real trombone mouthpiece which fits perfectly, so now we have moved on to a pBuzz with a real trombone mouthpiece. pbuzz rocks!

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Playing music reduces stress and has been shown to reverse the body's response to stress at the DNA-level

- Dr. Barry Bittman