Which flute is best for professionals?

5 Best Professional Flute Reviews and the Best Professional Flute Brands

  • Pearl Quantz Series Flute.
  • Gemeinhardt 32B Flute.
  • Yamaha 677H Professional Flute.
  • Gemeinhardt Model 3OB Flute.
  • Lazarro Professional Silver Nickel Flute.

What type of flutes do professionals use?

Tailored for professional musicians, Altus flutes are worth every penny: offering excellent intonation, carefully tuned harmonics, and balanced registers. Designed by Altus founder Shuichi Tanaka himself, Azumi flutes are perfect for serious beginners or aspiring flutists.

Are gemeinhardt flutes made in China?

Gemeinhardt flutes are globally manufactured. A large percentage of parts are made in our Elkhart, Indiana plant and then shipped to our partner factories in China and Taiwan for assembly. The Elkhart plant produces all flute headjoints and piccolos.

How much is a professional flute?

Beginner flutes usually range in cost from $500 to $1000. Intermediate, or step-up flutes usually cost $1,400 to $2,500 and entry level pro flutes (still largely played by advanced students) around $2500 and up.

What brand flute should I buy?

The Best Flutes for Beginners, According to Experts

  • Yamaha YFL-222 Intermediate Flute for Student.
  • Eastman Student Flute Model.
  • Gemeinhardt 2SP Flute with Straight Headjoint.
  • Pearl PF500 500 Series Student Flute with Case.
  • DZA-100.
  • Azumi AZ2 Intermediate Flute Offset G.
  • Trevor James 10X Flute with Curved & Straight Headjoints.

Where is Gemeinhardt flute made?

Elkhart, Indiana USA
Gemeinhardt manufactures the flute components (headjoint, body, footjoint, keys) in Elkhart, Indiana USA then sends them to Angel Industries to assemble them. They are then returned to Elkhart, Indiana for testing and adjusting in the Gemeinhardt workshop.