Nickel-silver, power-forged keys, Very durable and less susceptible to breakage. Closed-hole (Plateau) keys facilitate ease of playability for beginners
This flute is a good choice for beginner or intermediate students. It is stylish and compact, and the sound is rich. The Yamaha YFL-222 has a plastic body, but it feels quite solid and durable. The keys are weighted, and the finger holes are well placed. The YFL-222's body is plastic, but it feels quite solid and durable. The keys are weighted, and the finger holes are well placed. The flute has a footjoint, which is easily adjusted. The instrument's response is good, and intonation is accurate. Overall, the YFL-222 is a robust and reliable instrument.
Student Flute Package Includes: This flute for kids is a closed hole C flute with offset G key and split E key; 16 keys altogether. It comes with a durable case, joint grease, cleaning cloth and rod, as well as a pair of gloves.
The Cecilio Closed Hole C Flute is an inexpensive flute that's great for beginners and kids. The flute has a closed hole, which is ideal for younger players, and the pad on the bell (the part of the mouthpiece that touches your lips) is undercut, which helps improve intonation. The flute is sturdy and well-crafted, and it's fun to play. The set also includes a carrying case, which is a nice touch, and there are some basic flute techniques described in the pamphlet that comes with it. The bell is made of plastic, and it's a little slippery, so it's a good idea to cover the bell with a piece of tape or gummed paper. The flute isn't loud enough for professionals, and we couldn't compare it to other flutes, but it's loud enough for beginners and kids.
1)Whether you want to buy a flute for yourself or for your friends or others, this flute is a product of choice as a result of its high quality and cost effective price
The Glory Flute 17-key Silver Plated Intermediate C Flute with B Foot Joint, Offset G, with Case, Cleaning Rod, Cloth, Joint Grease, and Gloves is a well-designed instrument for beginners. The flute is well-made and stable, and the keys were made of real copper, providing a good feel and response. The bore and fluting are also smooth and clean. The flute comes with basic accessories, including a cleaning rod, a cloth, a strap, a grease, and gloves. The flute has an open hole, and a plastic plug is included to play it as a closed hole flute. The flute is reasonably priced, and offers good value for the money.
Comes with a high-quality Jean Paul fpc-200 professional carrying case for safe and easy transportation along with a cleaning cloth, and cleaning rod for maintenance
The Jean Paul USA Intermediate Silver-Plated Flute FL-430 is a high-quality instrument at a reasonable price. The flute itself looks professional and polished, and it comes with an attractive gig bag. The flute is easy to set up out of the box, and it comes with all of the accessories you'll need to get started. The flute itself has a C foot joint, which means you can play it with either your hands or a foot pedal. The foot pedal is not included, but we found that one can add a bit of warmth to the sound of the flute. The flute's tone is bright and clear, and we found the closed hole key system to be more accurate and clean than open hole systems. The flute has 8 holes, and the key is very easy to play. It feels comfortable in your hand, and the key action is very smooth. The flute has a G offset configuration, which makes it more comfortable to play. The flute comes with a coupler, so you can get a tone by adding a B foot pedal. The coupler is included, so you won't have to buy it separately. The flute also comes with a downloadable PDF instruction book and sheet music, so you can start playing right away. The flute comes with a one year warranty.
Sterling Silver Headjoint, Body and FootjointSterling silver provides a beautiful sound with warm, colorful resonance
The Yamaha YFL-462 Intermediate Flute is a worthy successor to the company's best-selling YFL-435 Intermediate Flute. It is a good value, offering all the performance and durability features millennials look for in a flut. It's more advanced than entry-level flutes, with keys that are more pointed, the open-hole keys are slightly larger, and the Gizmo key point adds back a bit to the key action. These keys worked great for me, and I liked that the keys felt slightly tighter and more responsive than those of some entry-level flutes. The 462's offset-G key felt natural and played well, and the flutes have nice, focused sound. It's hard to find fault with the Yamaha YFL-462 Intermediate Flute, but for younger players, I believe it's best-suited to flutists who have some experience playing. It's fairly loud, too, so you may want to wait until your kid has a little more control over tone before investing in this flute.
The YFL-482H features a sterling silver headjoint and nickel silver body with open-hole keys, an in-line G key, and B-footjoint with Gizmo key
The Yamaha YFL-482 Intermediate Flute is an especially good choice for beginning flutists because of its open-hole keys. Some people liken this to playing an open-mouth clarinet, and while that's not totally inaccurate, it's also not strictly true. The YFL-482's keys are narrower than those of a clarinet, and their spacing is much closer to that of a regular keyed flute. For beginning players, this makes the flute easier to play, and the narrower spacing also makes it easier to make precise fingerings. The YFL-482's pointed key arms are also helping. As their name indicates, these arms are pointed, which allows them to point the flute's key farther forward, which makes it easier to reach the upper portion of the flute's key. The pointed arms also make it easier to change keys, because they naturally follow the natural shape of the flute's keys. The YFL-482's body is made of plastic, which makes this flute lighter than the 400 Series flutes, and it also helps keep the YFL-482's price down. But the body does feel a little cheap, and the flute's open hole is a little bit small, which limits its usefulness as a performance tool.
The Yamaha 381 Series flutes are an excellent follow-up to the 380 Series flutes. These flutes feature Yamaha's proprietary B foot, which provides great support for the upper register. The 381 Series flutes have a very open, dark sound, which is ideal for intermediate players. The 381 Series flutes are very light, weighing only 6.5 ounces. The 381 Series flutes are very affordable, and well worth the price. The Yamaha 381 Series flutes are currently the lowest priced intermediate flutes on the market. The Yamaha 381 Series flutes are extremely effective, and I highly recommend this flute.
Other features include a, C-footjoint and pointed key arms
The Yamaha YFL-362H is a solid choice for intermediate players, especially ones who play in their school band and need an instrument that's easier to tune. The offset G footjoint is considerably easier to tune than the straight G footjoint, and it's more comfortable to play too. The flute's construction and finish are solid, and it's well balanced and easy to play. The flute is lightweight and has a comfortable feel. The YFL-362H's tone is bright and clear, and it's very responsive. The flute's multi-pointed key arms are very comfortable to play, and it's well finished. The flute comes with the YFL-362H flute case and case cover, and there are three cleaning kits included in the package. Overall, the Yamaha YFL-362H is a solid choice for intermediate players, especially ones who play in their school band and need an instrument that's easier to tune.
The Azumi AZ2 Intermediate flute is a well-designed and manufactured instrument. The flute is lightweight, and its sound is bright and clear. The flute is versatile, and it's comfortable to play with. The flute's split E key is the perfect accessory for beginner flutists, and its offset G key is a nice feature for more advanced flutists, too. The Azumi AZ2 Intermediate flute has a medium price, and it's not only affordable, but Azumi also backs the flute with a 1-year warranty.
4)Open Hole 16 Keys Design Silver plated cupronickel body & keys
This flute is handmade, making it feel and sound better than some flutes that cost much more. The tone is rich and resonant, and the keys slide easily and smoothly. The tuning rod is of good quality. The flute comes with a single reed, but you can buy a separate one. The flute is silver-plated, which looks great, and the case is well made and handsome. The included accessories are all good quality, and the case has enough room to store both your flute and a spare reed. This flute is not a beginner's instrument, but it's suitable for intermediate-level players.