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Popularity: 100 / 100
$478.99 Show listing
  • Footjoint marking, A unique footjoint alignment mark facilitates proper fitting by young players
  • Neoprene key bumpers, Stronger and more durable than cork
  • Nickel-silver, power-forged keys, Very durable and less susceptible to breakage. Closed-hole (Plateau) keys facilitate ease of playability for beginners
  • 1 year seller warranty. Please contact the seller directly for warranty information for this product.
  • Specifically designed for a clean attack, sensitive response, and accurate intonation
Popularity: 99 / 100
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  • Yamaha YFL221 Flute
  • Key of C -Silver-plated finish
  • Plateau model
  • It has Offset G
  • Includes YAC-1310 Case
Popularity: 99 / 100
$417.99 Show listing
  • Most popular instrument selected by dealers and educators for beginning flutists
  • Plateau model (closed hole)
  • Offset G key
  • Triple coated silver plated finish
  • Professionally padded
  • Stainless steel springs
  • A standard and reliable instrument choice
  • Unprecedented level of quality control including two tiers of professional magnehelic bench testing
$799.99 (used)
Popularity: 96 / 100
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  • Very Good
  • Please note: Shipping to the United States takes 4-10 working days
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Popularity: 94 / 100
Release Date: 1 Jul 2010
  • Split E Mechanism
  • Grenaditte High Wave headjoint
  • Pointed cup arms
  • Pearl"s Pinless Mechanism
  • Includes Case and padded case cover
Popularity: 88 / 100
  • The headjoint, body & footjoint are made of durable Nickel-Silver, all silver plated
  • Open Hole, C Foot, Offset G
  • Undercut and beveled embouchure hole creates clean attack
  • Power forged keys means increased durability; stainless steel springs
  • Includes hard shell case and cleaning rod
Popularity: 88 / 100
  • French model, Open Hole
  • Solid silver head model "J1" standard wall model
  • Silver-plated body, B foot and keys
  • Exclusive four post footjoint construction
  • Includes case
Popularity: 87 / 100
  • Easy-to-play flute
  • Cool colors
  • Care products
  • Case included
  • This makes for quick and easy cleaning and adjustment if necessary
Popularity: 87 / 100
  • Key of C
  • French model
  • In-line G
  • Silver-plated finish
  • Neoprene bumpers are used rather than cork to increase the durability and achieve a maximum fit against the body
$899.99 (used)
Popularity: 86 / 100
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  • A#, F# and other non-fingered keys feature pointed key arms, similar to those found on top-of-the-line Yamaha Handmade Flutes. This high end feature brings strength and beauty to these student level flutes
  • Open-hole keys give the player more control over the tone of the flute
  • Undercut and beveled embouchure hole specifically designed for a clean attack, sensitive response, and accurate intonation
  • The offset-G key configuration offers a natural feeling hand position
  • Nickel silver, power-forged keys - very durable and less susceptible to breakage
$169 (used)
Popularity: 85 / 100
$169 (used) Show listing
  • Model M2 silver plated student flute
Popularity: 85 / 100
  • Sterling silver head, body and B foot Solid Silver with Model J1 head joint Silver-plated.
Popularity: 85 / 100
  • Keys: Silver-plated
  • Arm: Y arm
  • Footjoint: C foot
  • Tubing: Silver-plated
  • Springs: Beryllium
Popularity: 82 / 100
  • Silver plated head, body and foot.
  • Silver-plated, French style keys.
  • Includes: case, cleaning rod Drawn tone holes Y arms Inline G key
Popularity: 82 / 100
  • Sterling Silver Powell Signature headjoint
  • Sterling Silver body by Powell
  • French pointed arems
  • Offset G
  • Includes case and leather case cover
Popularity: 82 / 100
  • Silver Plated
  • Offset G (no split E)
  • C Foot Joint
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I played a student flute, Bundy/Selmer 5th grade thru high school. Then I didn't play it for decades. (It was fully serviced this past year.) I recently started playing it again in church. I don't need a pro flute by any means, but I would like to find one that has a fuller sound. I don't want to invest thousands of dollars but would like to step up to a better flute. Suggestions?
Related: Yamaha YFL-221, Yamaha YFL-222, Flutes | Submitted by Elata 729 days ago

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Mixed reviews of the Herche fl-297. I have played my little Bundy flute for about 60 yrs. I have found that the higher tones are not what they used to be. Does the Herche have good tones, or am I expecting too much from a student instrument
Related: Herche FL-297, Gemeinhardt 2SP, Flutes | Submitted by anonymous 734 days ago

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What is the difference between a Jean Paul Fl-220 and Fl-400 flute. 220's are everywhere for about $180.00. The 400's are available for about the same price. Why different flutes for about the same price ?
Related: Jean Paul USA FL-220, Flutes | Submitted by Dwight 881 days ago

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