Designed by Altus founder and flutemaker Shuicki Tanaka, Azumi flutes are a perfect fit for the serious student and aspiring flutist. The most distinct feature of all Azumi flutes is the Altus Z-cut professional headjoint which responds quickly and easily and produces a full and rich tone in all three registers. All Azumi flutes feature pointed key arms for an elegant and refined look, improved key strength, and even pad wear. The Altus/Bennett scale makes these flutes effortless to play in tune.

The AZ3SRBO-C features a sterling silver Altus Z-cut headjoint, a sterling silver body, open holes, B foot, an offset G key, and a C# trill.

FEATURES:

  • Altus Z-cut professional sterling silver headjoint which responds quickly and easily and produces a full and rich tone in all three registers.
  • C# Trill Key simplifies many awkward trill and tremolo fingerings, and has become a preferred feature among professional flutists.
  • B footjoint adding weight to the instrument which results in producing an overall darker tone. It also improves the overall pitch of the third octave.

SPEC:

  • Key of C
  • Sterling Silver Body
  • Altus Z-cut Sterling Silver Headjoint

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Listed5 months ago
ConditionB-Stock (Used)
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Model
  • AZ3-SRBO-C Flute with Offset G, B-Foot, Gizmo Key, C# Trill Key
Finish
  • Silver
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Bloomington, MN, United States
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