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I have a 62 Picc, it plays nicely and speaks well in all registers. It is easier to get the top end out with the 62 over the 32. The 32 is an acceptable Picc for most work. The nicest Picc I ever played was an old Haynes model with a silver headjoint. My favourite Picc is my old Rudall Carte Open G# high Pitch Picc, the sound and power of this Piccolo is incredible. It has a silver lined wooden headjoint, open holes on the Low E and D. The only drama is that you cant use it anywhere because it is high pitch so it is an at home only use model. Putting this to one side, tonally the RC is resonant, fat and rich in all registers and more like a small flute than a shrieking stick.
 
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