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Abell African Blackwood Headjoint. This headjoint offers a wonderfully round and sweet sound, but allows for plenty of projection throughout all registers.
Abell Grenadilla Wood Headjoint. Used Abell headjoint made of Grenadilla. This headjoint offers a crisp articulate sound, it has pleasant amount of resistance, and an edge to the sound that you would expect from a metal headjoint.
Abell Mopane Wood Headjoint. Used Mopane Wood Headjoint with standard cut embouchure. This headjoint has a sweet and brilliant character. It has a wonderful lively sound and it is definitely a favorite of ours.
This headjoint is hand crafted from Altus Silver and features a seamed
tube design. It consists of 94.6% silver
and 18 precious metals, including small amounts of platinum and gold. Inspired
by the preferred metallurgy of the great French flute making tradition, Altus
silver was designed specifically for seamed tube creation
Arista Sterling Silver Headjoint. This Sterling Silver Arista Headjoint has everything you could want in a headjoint. It is free blowing with enough resistance that it does not feel too easy to play. It has power and consistency throughout the entire range of the flute.
Brannen Sterling Silver headjoint, offers a good amount of resistance with a focused sound that has a surprising amount of depth and richness for an all silver headjoint.
Burkart Sterling Silver with 14K Riser Headjoint. This Burkart heajoint is a delight to play. It gives depth of tone throughout the entire range of the flute. Articulation is quick and easy especially in the low range.
Burkart Wave Style Grenadilla Wood Piccolo Headjoint. This piccolo headjoint allows for ease of playing and a clear focused sound.
Gorgeous Goosman. This beautiful Goosman Headjoint was handcrafted by Jack Goosman. It is sterling silver and has fantastic projection and a warm resonant sound.
Hammig Modified Wave Piccolo Headjoint USED - We find that the wave headjoint is more free blowing and easier to play than traditional style piccolo headjoints. If you find you do not play piccolo often a wave headjoint might just be the right fit for you!
We’re always thrilled to be able to offer our clients great examples of 14K Haynes Headjoints, and even more so when we see them in this exceptional condition.
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