Flute for a beginner

Aldrepowl

New member
Hi guys,
I need a project for the summer and I was going to try skateboarding but I injured my back so that plan's out of the window. My back up plan is to try playing the flute. This would only be for fun so I am not going to get lessons as I already play bassoon and several types of saxophone.
I would like to buy a cheap but fairly solid flute. Any suggestions for a flute to go for or avoid?
Thanks in advance,
 

CarlF

Well-known member
Whatever Flute you wind up with I highly recommend this album to jam to-

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creep66

Well-known member
I hear gibson is coming out with the lifestyle range of woodwinds next namm. Includes a key fob, tan pants, and a hairpiece for like 5k. The Jethro tull sig model will be quite a bit more.
 
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scottosan

Well-known member
Hi guys,
I need a project for the summer and I was going to try skateboarding but I injured my back so that plan's out of the window. My back up plan is to try playing the flute. This would only be for fun so I am not going to get lessons as I already play bassoon and several types of saxophone.
I would like to buy a cheap but fairly solid flute. Any suggestions for a flute to go for or avoid?
Thanks in advance,
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motorboy1

Active member
You should ask this on TGP. They will know…😜
 

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VictorB

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Check goodwill and fleeBay. Gemeinhardt 2SP, Vito or if lucky low end Yamaha; Jean Paul, perhaps Jupiter.
These usually can be had for <1000$.. you'd need another 1000$ for tech to go over
 
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