STERLING SILVER HEADJOINT
Our model "203-S" is handmade assembled and produced with the great attention to details.
STERLING SILVER 925 HEADJOINT Step1 production
|Drawn tone holes|
|New system Headjoint
We can install it at request: +30€
This is a device that replaces the standard cork stopper.
The flute has our bright and easy sound STERLING SILVER Step1 headjoint
A split E mechanism allows venting only one G key while fingering high E. This facilitates production of the high E and it provides a more stable response.
|Italian Pisoni Pads||
DELUXE J YELLOW: Double yellow bladder, pressed felt special treatment. The pads are among the most important elements of a flute. Briccialdi Flutes has decided to rely solely on the Luciano Pisoni Music Center (Trento- North Italy) for the supply of Bearings. World Leader in this field. Result of a perfect blend of Italian craft tradition, high quality materials and advanced manufacturing technology.
|Open holes + plugs||
central openings are covered by the fingertips when depressed. Students may use temporary plugs to cover the holes in the keys until they master the more precise finger placement needed to play open-hole keys. Some players state that open-hole keys permit louder and clearer sound projection in the flute's lower register.Open holes can be used for effects such as bending and shading, and the player can crack some holes to bring pitch back up when playing softly on high register notes. Playing open holes requires and therefore develops fingering accuracy that is not essential on plateau keys. Some clever trills that make use of the open hole venting for better pitch. Open hole flutes can be used as closed hole by inserting plugs in the holes
the G keys are offset slightly from the rest of the keys, mounted on their own posts, separate from the other keys. A growing number of flutists prefer the comfort and hand position on the offset G flute
At request we can produce the inline G system (without Split E)
|French pointed arms||
A key design that connects keys to the rod with a raised, pointed arm which extends to the center of the key. Also refered to as "Styled keys". It gives more strenght to the keys.
|Case + Bag||