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What kind of flute should I buy for my child?

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  • Do plenty of research on the different brands available
  • Be careful of flutes which look too cheap…
  • But don’t buy something that’s not designed for a beginner
  • Stick to ‘traditional’ specifications
  • Get the right size
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There’s a whole raft of options available on flutes. Open holes, C# trill keys, E mechanism, B footjoint, D# roller, silver this or that.

In our opinion, a beginner should start on a silver-plated flute with closed holes, E mechanism (sometimes called a Split E) and C footjoint. If you want to know what these terms mean, read our Jargon Buster, but basically a flute with these specifications will be (a) easier to play and (b) easier to re-sell at a higher value when the time arises.

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