Roy Seaman Storm Piccolo w/Wave Head Joint

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  • Roy Seaman Storm

Roy Seaman Storm Professional Composite Piccolo

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A Roy Seaman piccolo crafted from a unique synthetic material. The Roy Seaman Storm has the advantages and sound of the professional wood Roy Seaman piccolos without having to fear changes in atmospheric conditions. Available with traditional or wave headjoints.


The Roy Seaman Storm piccolo is crafted from a unique synthetic material, offering the advantages and sound of a professional Roy Seaman wood piccolo with the flexibility to play in changing atmospheric conditions. The Roy Seaman Storm piccolo features silver-plated keys and mechanism, split E mechanism, choice of wave or traditional cork joint custom contoured headjoints, and is supplied in leather case and case covers. A perfect choice for the concert stage or marching field. All Roy Seaman piccolos are made by Gemeinhardt in Elkhart, Indiana.

Additional Information

Brand Roy Seaman
Headjoint Style Traditional or Wave
Headjoint Finish Synthetic
Body Finish Synthetic
Key Finish Silver-Plated
Skill Level Professional
Case Type Leather on Wood
Case Cover Leather
Cleaning Rod Metal
Warranty 5 year

Customer Reviews

Wonderful Piccolo

Posted by High School Piccolo (on 9/30/16)
My school owns this piccolo and I'm playing it this year. It's much nicer than the one I played at different school a few years ago, and I love the tone. The classmates that have been with me through my piccolo years seem to appreciate this sound better as well, although that is in part because I'm no longer at a middle school level. This piccolo has served the school well and there have not been any issues with it, even through the marching season. It's not as quite as warm as real wood, but it's still pretty good. I would definitely recommend it.

Solid Intermediate Level Piccolo, Great for Outdoors

Posted by Jared (on 12/15/14)
Purchased this piccolo almost 2 years ago new for a double in an outdoor band I play in. It has worked just great! Tone isn't bright and piercing like an all-metal pic or a beginner level instrument, which was what I was trying to avoid (you get what you pay for people!). I recommend the wave head joint, especially for flute players just switching over to piccolo. It really helps focus the airstream and "lead" your lips where they need to be. While it's not QUITE as colorful a sound as real wood, it has a sweet, pure tone and is MUCH more durable than a wood pic--I never have to worry about bringing it outside/inside or anything that would risk cracking on a wood piccolo! If you're looking for a solid, versatile indoor/outdoor pic that will not break the bank, the Storm is a great option!

Good piccolo for all seasons

Posted by Biji (on 10/8/14)
Made out of special materials, hence qualitative tone and accurate pitch is assured for the hassle performance irrespective of high humid or hot or cold temperature around. Wave headjoint is carefully designed and made with synthetic wood like material for the effective airflow and the tone is warm, and glowing with semi dark shade (not too shrill as metal or dark as wood). Low maintenance requirement and the price is neither cheap nor much high.

top-rate piccolo without the usual headaches

Posted by Caudle (on 10/3/14)
I've seen a lot of piccolos over the years, but this is the first one I can recommend. The tone is very close the wood, the keys are masterfully made and assembled, the intonation is (surprisingly) very stable. It's tough, too- my 14 y/o has even dropped it twice on concrete (not recommended) without damage. This instrument has had NO issues through 2 marching seasons, which is something I cannot say about any Pearl, Yamaha or even lesser Gemeinhardt piccs I've used. I also recommend the "wave" head joint as the tone is simply beautiful. The ease of play is remarkable- no need for alternate fingerings! The price is good, too.

Wade Caudle
Music educator, 14 years

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