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Amadeus Flutes, Alto Flutes & Piccolos

Following the same system of manufacturing as our Q Series, the Amadeus flute invites the intermediate flutist to seize their potential and ‘Love their Sound’. The Amadeus headjoint is designed to provide a stable foundation to channel a growing flutist’s confidence, with the Classic headjoint available as an option for those seeking increased sophistication and dynamic range.

Never before have the core fundamental principles of the Haynes Flute been within the reach of so many aspiring young flutists or amateurs. With step-up, high school and pre-conservatory models coupled with the Amadeus and Alto, there is now a Haynes Flute for this crucial stage of your flute-playing life.

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Amadeus Flute Standard Specifications

016” tubing, Haynes A-442 Scale, offset or inline G keys, B or C footjoint available, French pointed arms, stainless steel springs, open cups and felt pads. Classic style headjoints are available with an optional 14k rose gold wall or 9k lip plate. A French style case and cover, swab stick, and polishing cloth are included. 

 
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Amadeus Alto Flute

Rich and vibrant, the Amadeus Alto flute brings a new twist to this tenor voice. Encompassing everything from mellow, warm tones to rich, sonorous vibrancy. At home in the orchestra, flute choir, or in the demanding hands of the soloist, the smooth, ergonomic mechanism, excellent scale and even color throughout the octaves will empower every level of flutist to relish the subtle strength of playing low.

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Amadeus Piccolo

An impeccable pairing of uncompromising craftsmanship and cutting edge technology, the new Amadeus AP-86 grenadilla wood piccolo is distinctively Haynes. The responsive headjoint plays with ease, while the body and silver plated mechanism provides accurate intonation, balanced registers, and a liquid altissimo. The split-e mechanism is standard, and the choice of a Traditional or Wave style headjoint allows the player to choose the style which captures their imagination.

 
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