National Geographic : 1944 Nov
The impertinent Piccolo punctuates fine music with a voice shrill, sibilant, insistent... exciting to hear if you listen with F a Scott! The Piccolo pipes up among the more austere instruments with a high brash assurance that often makes them seem dull and throaty by comparison. An octave higher than its cousin the Flute, it brings a shrill brilliance to any theme, whistles excitement into any score. But you may never have heard the Piccolo truly, if your radio dulled its staccato voice! Then indeed you will want more than ever to be a Scott owner after-the-war... to have it bring to your unbelieving ears each single instrument in the orches tra, in its own voice and timbre, as in a "living performance." Meanwhile the Scott has sterner work to do. A Scott goes aboard the ships of our Navy, our tanker fleet, and merchant marine, wherever the flag flies, bringing news broadcasts and favorite programs from home to lonely seamen. The Scott went early to war because it was the first safe broadcast and short wave radio, its low radiation affording no telltale leakback to submarine direction-finders. So instead of begrudging a Scott to those men at sea who need them urgently now-make sure that one will be yours in the earliest days of peace. A good way is to buy BONDS, BONDS and MORE BONDS now. I ------------------------ --I # E. II. SCOTT RADIO LABORATORIES, Inc. E. H. SCOTT Dept. 1T4. 4448 Ravenswood Ave.. Chicago 40, Ill. Please send me a complimentary copy of your new bookleton radio, Achievement Through theYears." Same .................................... 4448 RAVENSWOOD AVENUE Ic sI CHICAGO 40, ILLINOIS S City ......................... S att..... . ... L-_ -- - ---- __J E. H. SCOTT RADIO LABORATORIES, INC.