The recorder from the series SOLO with the model designation: 27HPK-AS from the workshop Paetzold by Kunath is a recorder which produces lasting joy of playing.
This characteristic is due to the clever combination of the unique design and the fine coordination with the expressive possibilities of the material RESONA.
This material fascinates with the instrument remarkably pleasantly by its special advantages. The special characteristics can best be described with the following words: Suitable for ensembles.
The inner bore of the instrument is cylindrical and wider. This type of drilling process gives the model its typical sound.
In principle, instruments with further bore sound warmer, fuller, more fundamental and thus more ensembleable than recorders with narrower bore.
For which music styles can the instrument be used?
RESONA is particularly suitable for instruments used in jazz, folk, dance songs and popular music.
Who is this recorder for?
As a result, recorders from RESONA are particularly suitable for semi-professionals and professional players. A further important rule is that a more demanding instrument naturally makes learning more pleasant than an inferior one.
The Wind Tunnel of a Recorder
The wind tunnel is the area in the head of the recorder in which the blowing air of the musician is formed into a thin air sheet. This blade is the basis of the sound of the instrument.
In interaction with the labium, this airfoil generates the fundamental oscillation that generates the flute tone. The shape of the wind tunnel is thus
one of the defining features
for the influence of the possible sounds of the flute.
The instrument 27HPK-AS
by Paetzold by Kunath has a wind tunnel which is straight and conical.
Conical wind tunnels accelerate the breathing air more strongly than cylindrically shaped ones.
Wind tunnels are very complex in their geometric design and many parameters are influenced by each other.
Wise of grip
The model Paetzold by Kunath SOLO 27HPK-AS will be delivered in the version: .
It is not always possible to drill tone holes in places that can be easily reached with the hands. Especially with larger instruments, some tone holes are located in positions that are not tangible due to the need to address them. With these instruments, the instrument maker assembles mechanics that make gripping considerably easier or even possible in the first place.
The instrument 27HPK-AS
has the following keys: . This allows players with smaller hands to play well.
This flap system is unique and legally protected. Especially in Asia, these models are often used in youth ensembles by leading teachers for young players.
But also older players with reduced grip of the hands appreciate the advantages of the hands.
The construction of a woodwind instrument strongly influences the way in which the recorder can be used, on the one hand, to ensure uncomplicated handling with regard to easy assembly and, on the other hand, to ensure safe transport.
A point that becomes particularly important when larger or multiple instruments are taken along .
A point that becomes particularly important when larger or multiple instruments are taken along.
Ask veteran ensemble leaders once.
Packaging and accessories
The model is offered as standard with optional bag / case and the following accessories: Fat jar, fingering chart, care instructions
If the instrument is played by several people, it is advisable to clean the blowing area sterilely at regular intervals in order to avoid the transmission of diseases.
The Flautisept remedy has proven to be a safe aid in these cases. Flautisept is available in our assortment.
Notes for searching for a new recorder
What is the easiest way to find a next instrument?
However, you should not let well-intentioned advice dissuade you from testing an instrument yourself.
Your musical feeling is as unique as you are. Therefore, only you can decide for yourself which instrument you want to reach personally.
Our recommendation is therefore: Try unknown instruments that you have never tested before.
You can only gain experience.