C (3000) Series Handmade Flutes
Kaizer handmade flute in rose gold finish - rose gold hand-cut headjoint with rose gold lip plate and riser. Rose gold body with soldered tone holes, nickel-silver keys, ribs, and posts, closed hole model, offset G and split E mechanism. All models are available with B footjoint. Many advanced players prefer the open feel of ring keys for subtle control of their tone. Intermediate and standard model French system flutes come with key plugs to seal the hole until players have become adept at covering the holes with their fingers. Many players find the offset G configuration easier to play. Often teachers recommend that beginners start on these flutes, while more and more advanced players are also choosing this natural feeliing configuration. Many advanced students and professionals, though, still prefer the traditional in-line formation where all the toneholes are in a straight row. The B footjoint has an extra key enabling the player to play 1/2 step lower than the lowest note of the C foot. It also affects the sound; B footjoint enables a darker, stronger sound with good projection, while C footjoint has flexible, warmer tone.
Built to Last
Kaizer Student Flutes are built to be tough and low maintenance. Made with a nickel-silver body for enhanced tonality and durability while the outside finish protects the integrity of the flute's body. Keys are professionally padded so that they're airtight when pressed and allows for better response and intonation control; keys are loaded with steel springs for longevity and secured with adjustable screws for making small adjustments.
Kaizer 3000 Series C Flute - Rose Gold
- Soldered and undercut toneholes, nickel-silver keys with closed hole construction
- Offset G, split E mechanism helps give more stability and better centered intonation to the high E
- B footjoint has an extra key enabling the player to play 1/2 step lower than the lowest note of the C foot. It also affects the sound; B footjoint enables a darker, stronger sound with good projection