Yamaha YFL-222 Standard Series Flute
- Product ID: YFL-222Y
- UPC/Barcode: 889025102711
The Yamaha Standard
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Yamaha has been designing instruments of all kinds and levels since 1887. They are now the largest manufacturer of musical instruments in the world. With that in mind, you can know that you are in safe hands in choosing a Yamaha product to begin an education in music. The process of making instruments better has been a continued effort for Yamaha for over 120 years and this flute is the outstanding product of their excellence. This specific flute has been purposed to fit the developing and constantly shifting needs of student flutists. It is created with many of the most desired traits of the Professional and Handmade Flutes and you are guaranteed to have a reliable instrument all the way through development as a flutist.
What Makes This Flute Standout?
- Built With The Beginner In Mind
- Designed with Durable Materials
- Much Development Attention Given To The Keys
Built With The Beginner In Mind
The Standard Series Flutes from Yamaha have many features specifically added for a new learner of the instrument. Most Notably, it is essential to begin with good habits, and an essential habit to have is proper fitting and hand placement on the instrument. The flute features a marked footjoint to create proper handling of the flute. It is crafted with closed key holes to further improve the ease of playability for beginning artists. The Embouchure is hole is undercut and beveled to be intuitively blown across for a consistent response with quality intonation.
Designed With Durable Materials
Woodwind instruments require just a bit of care since they have soft bumpers and pads that can weather and wear. Commonly, these pieces are made of cork. With the Standard series, they are instead made of Neoprene materials to improve the instruments overall durability and strength. It also comes with a case that is specifically designed to not just survive but thrive amidst the life of a student. The case is made of a heavy duty plastic to handle everyday wear and tear that comes from general carry and use.
Much Development Attention Given To The Keys
Not only are there closed hole keys as mentioned earlier to make playing this flute easier for a beginner, it features pointed key arms which are usually found on Yamaha's handmade flutes of highest craftsmanship. This a feature providing resilience and elegance and is usually reserved for only upper level flutes. The keys are Nickel-silver, and power-forged. This construction is another durability improvement that makes each key quite unlikely to break.
This flute, because of its quality of build and durable construction is the most excellent choice for a flute student. Make this your purchase today!
- Standard Flute
- Key of C
- Plateau model with pointed key arms
- FLC-190 case
Level Professional Key of C Body Style Type-2 Body Material Nickel Silver Headjoint CY Cut; Nickel Silver Key Material Nickel Silver Footjoint C Plating Silver Tone Holes Drawn Key Types French style; Plateau Key System Offset Key Mechanism N/A Spring Type Stainless Steel Screw Type Straight; Headed Pivot Bumper Type Neoprene Options N/A
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