DEG A16-HC225 Flute/Piccolo Lyre

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The DEG flute and piccolo lyre's sturdy ABS construction means it is durable as well as fully adjustable. Eliminates glare, and has no sharp edges to catch on uniforms. The lyre's adjustable arm strap fits all players and uniforms. Spring-loaded clip holds windows for easy flipping. Includes 5 windows and 2 plastic rings.


 
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DEGA16-HC225 Flute/Piccolo Lyre
 
4.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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5.0

I love it..... awesome for marching band!

By beth-XrhRD

from Cincinnati,OH USA

Comments about DEG A16-HC225 Flute/Piccolo Lyre:

I love this lyre. Its much better than any other I've tried. It's pretty comfortable, not too heavy, and has great glare-proof covers for your music. I use it at football games... but its great anywhere you need to play your flute but don't want to lug around a music stand. Also, the pages are easy to turn and it's pretty hard to break. (a good thing for a student)

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4.0

good for flutes

By Michelle-qeN5S

from Carleton, MI USA

Comments about DEG A16-HC225 Flute/Piccolo Lyre:

I march with a piccolo player (I will be playing pic next year for marching band) and she has one of these, as the entire flute/pic section does. The only problem with these is that, if you march pic, it is almost impossible to play and have your music level with your eye. This is because, quite unfortunately, the left arm of virtually all piccolo players is not positioned anywhere near horizontally as it is with flute players. Other than that, it is great for flute players in marching band because you don't have to attach your music to your arm with rubber bands as my mom had to do in high school. (you can already see the problem here... no easy way to flip pages!)

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(186 of 252 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great choice for anyone

By Kerrie S

from North Reading, MA

Comments about DEG A16-HC225 Flute/Piccolo Lyre:

Our band uses these lyres primarily because we march with piccolos instead of flutes, but nonetheless they are great. They are completely adjustable and stay in place. It's so much more convenient than having to worry about conventional lyres. I love using the flutist's friend.

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5.0

The only way to go

By George Butler

from Raymondville, Texas

Comments about DEG A16-HC225 Flute/Piccolo Lyre:

This wrist mounted flute lyre is the only worthwhile flute lyre on the market. Our flutists find them to be comfortable and easy to read from. One caveat: They can break. I unknowingly (my desk is under here somewhere) stacked some method books on top of one, and it broke where the curved wrist part meets the back. And, make sure you order enough for every flutist. (A girl takes it very personally if everybody else gets one, and she's stuck with that wire coat hanger thing. Well, rightfully so.) I like the DEG trombone lyre as well; it mounts on the bell.

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