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Explore the world of exquisite craftsmanship and exceptional sound with the Powell Sonaré 501K Series Flute B-Foot, featuring an Aurumite 9K Lip Plate, Offset G Key, and Split-E mechanism, now available at Irvine Art and Music. Crafted to captivate both aspiring and advancing flutists, this intermediate flute marks the inception of a lifelong passion for the Powell Sound.

Powell Sonaré 501K Intermediate Flute:

Elevate your musical journey with the Powell Sonaré 501K, an intermediate flute celebrated for its exceptional tonal purity and striking design. The hand-cut sterling silver Signature II headjoint, adorned with a luxurious Aurumite 9K rose gold-plated lip plate, emits a pristine, light tone, making it effortlessly playable for developing musicians seeking an enhanced sound palette.

Key Features and Specifications:

  • Superior Craftsmanship: Immerse yourself in the unparalleled craftsmanship of the Sonaré 501K, boasting a durable silver-plated body and hand-assembled silver-plated keys that respond effortlessly to nuanced playing techniques.
  • Enhanced Playability: The flute's ergonomic keywork, featuring open-hole keys with a comfortable offset G key configuration and elgiloy springs, ensures a smooth and comfortable playing experience for advancing players.
  • Extended Range: The B footjoint with a gizmo key extends the instrument's lower range, allowing for expanded musical expression and versatility in performance.
  • Innovative Design: Paired with traditional felt pads, the Sonaré 501K employs Powell's patented tone hole extrusion technique, guaranteeing consistent playability and refined performance.

Powell Flutes: A Legacy of Excellence:

Experience a legacy of innovation and artistry rooted in Powell Flutes' rich history. Since Verne Q. Powell's first silver flute in 1910, Powell Flutes has pioneered groundbreaking techniques, from crafting the first all-14k gold flute to designing innovative Auramite alloys and tone hole extrusion methods. Renowned for their constant innovation and dedication to craftsmanship, Powell continues to set industry standards, creating instruments that transcend expectations.

Unlock your musical potential with the Powell Sonaré 501K Series Flute B-Foot, exclusively available at Irvine Art and Music. Whether you're a budding musician or an experienced artist, this flute embodies Powell's legacy of excellence, innovation, and sonic sophistication.

Experience the Powell Sound - Order your Powell Sonaré 501K Flute today and embark on a musical journey of unparalleled artistry and performance!


  • Pitch : A-442
  • Tubing Material : Nickel Silver, Silver Plated
  • Tubing Thickness : .016"
  • Tone hole Type : Drawn only
  • Footjoint : B or C Foot available
  • Gizmo : Standard
  • Scale : Modern Powell Scale


  • Tube Material : Sterling Silver
  • Lip Plate Material : Aurumite 9k
  • Wall Material : Sterling Silver
  • Crown Material : Sterling Silver


  • Type : Traditional Pinned Mechanism with Adjustment Screws
  • Keywork Material : Nickel Silver, Silver Plated
  • G keys : In-line or Offset
  • Cups : French Cups Only
  • Arms : Pointed Arms
  • Split-E : Available
  • Springs : Elgiloy


  • Type : Traditional Felt

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