New for 2022 this is the beautiful free-blowing new TJ wooden flute which has been designed and crafted with a style appreciation to the wonderful wooden flute makers of past years!
Material: headjoint, body and footjoint in Grenadilla wood with silver-plated mechanism
Keywork : B foot and half offset G with E mechanism as standard
Headjoint : Grenadilla wood hand cut and finished by English flute headjoint maker Andrew Oxley
- Pitch A=442
Case: Cherrywood case with purple lining
Case cover: TJ black canvas with shoulder strap
- White gauze cloth
- wooden cleaning rod
For wooden headjoint and flute care information (click here)
For information on pricing and availability from the TJ flute distributor in your country click here
Who is this flute designed for?
Professional players who already have a precious metal flute and desire a wooden one which doesn’t break the bank. High level student and amateur flute players.
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The most effective way to protect yourself against Coronavirus is by frequently washing your hands with soap and water and/or cleaning your hands with alcohol-based hand rub.
1. Do not share instruments during a rehearsal or concert.
2. Before rehearsal/performance begins:
a. Wash your hands well with soap and water and then use alcohol-based hand rub.
b. Wipe down the lip plate and each key of every instrument with an alcohol wipe and then discard wipe. (Take
extreme care not to touch the pads with the alcohol wipe).
3. If you have a wooden lip, head, flute or wooden piccolo them do not wipe down the wood with an alcohol wipe!
4. Try not to touch your face with your hands until rehearsal is over. If you do, wipe hands and fingers with alcohol-based hand rub or alcohol wipe before touching the flute.
5. After every rehearsal or performance: before putting the instrument into its case, first swab the inside of the flute and put the cleaning cloth in a plastic sandwich bag, then wipe down the lip plate and keys with an alcohol wipe, being careful not to touch the pads. Upon arriving home, wash the swab/cloth as soon as possible and throw away the plastic bag.
Flute warranty and owners guide (click here)