Sankyo CF-401RBE Flute
Perfect Performance Plan
Included with every new instrument:
- Pre-Sale Set-Up
- Owner's Check-Up
- Minimum Three-Year Warranty
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Sankyo are highly-regarded Japanese flute makers, founded in 1968. They have a reputation for advanced and professional level flutes.
The CF-401 (formerly the Artist) has a rounded tone consistent over the range of the instrument; excellent articulation and projection; and wide dynamic capabilities.
CF-401RE Open holes, Offset G, E mechanism, C footjoint
CF-401E Closed holes, Offset G, E mechanism, C footjoint
CF-401R Open holes, Inline G, C footjoint
CF-401RBE Open holes, Offset G, E mechanism, B footjoint
CF-401BE Closed holes, Offset G, E mechanism, B footjoint
CF-401RB Open holes, Inline G, B footjoint
Sankyo are highly-regarded Japanese flute makers, founded in 1968. They are always searching for technological innovations to attend the expectations and demand of flute players. Sankyo has pursued the perfect scale by building a precise mechanism through meticulous craftsmanship (even hand manufacturing each pad). Each process of the production is followed by a very precise quality control, which is done through computers, in order to avoid any kind of failure or defect that might occur. A great number of flute players have been seduced by the aesthetics and by the design of all their levels of flute, as well as by the perfection and security of the mechanisms.
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- Fully handmade .925 solid headjoint
- Semi-handmade .925 solid body and mechanism
- Drawn tone holes
- Available with closed or open holes
- Offset G or inline G key
- Split E mechanism on offset models
- Available with C footjoint or B footjoint
- French-style 'pointed' key-arms
- Includes leather-covered wood case and cleaning accessories