by Sara Björk
Pearl flutes are manufactured by Pearl Musical Instrument Company that was originally founded in 1946. They are made in Chiba, Japan in 1968. It has been an innovator in instrument making for more than 50 years. Actually it is the only line that gives the opportunity to aspiring flutists to take advantage of the benefits of pin less construction, one-piece core-bar.
Pearl is famous for its line of percussion and drums instruments. However, after a couple of years, it has been very famous because of its wide range of flutes ranging from student to mid-range instruments. This kind of flute is manufactured with French Pointed Key work and it also has a pin less mechanism system that is based on the use of socket headed screws. This line combines the finest raw materials available that are beautiful and functional as well. The pearl mechanism of the flute improves its longevity and stability.
They are different from any other kinds of flutes since other flutes use small pins to hold the critical parts of the mechanism of the flute, making it prone to moisture and can snag on clothing and destroy the internal workings of the flute.
The most striking feature of pearl flutes is the sound that it produces. A lot of flutists and artists continually remark the beauty and subtlety of the sound provided by this flute and it is further enhanced by the ability of the pearl to dedicate to rock solid intonation. Aside from this, the technological advancements on the flute allow it to have flawless shifts from the most projecting concert sounds to the most delicate subtle nuances.
When it comes to the main features of flutes, Pearl flutes dominates every aspect. From head joints, key work and craftsmanship, this flute projects the perfection of unique artistry and perpetual smoothness of key action.
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