High-Quality Bamboo Flutes Tuned To C-Scale
Flutes are one of the most widely recognised wind-musical instruments. These high-pitched instruments can be thought of as tubes that produce musical notes, thanks to the steady flow of vibrating air. Over the years, musicians have used made flutes made of various types of materials including bone, ivory, wood, jade, glass, plastic, brass, nickel, silver, gold, or even platinum. In fact, many cultures have their own versions of flutes. In contemporary times, flutes made of wood, bamboo or metal are most popular. Depending upon the material, the sound of a flute varies. Here are some of the hand-picked ones in the market, with which you can begin your musical journey.
Best Bamboo Flutes- C Scale
1. Sarfuddin Flutes- Scale C Natural Medium
This premium quality side flute can produce low frequency and complex tones. It has been professionally tuned with C-Natural as its keynote. It can also be used for concerts.
Sarfuddin Flutes C Natural Medium Right Hand Size19 Inches Transverse Bamboo Flute Tuned 440Hz Black And Green Thread Combination
2. Foora Musical Professional C Scale Flute
This flute has been made of premium quality bamboo and has been professionally tuned. The silky threads add to its beauty. Bag the flute for an ethereal musical experience!
Foora Musical Professional C Scale 8 Hole Bamboo Flute Bansuri with Re-sham Thread Hand Made Bamboo Flute Size 48 cm Beginners/Musician (Export in U.S.A, Canada, Mexico) (Natural)
3. Punam Flutes C Natural Medium
This premium-quality flute has been designed for intermediate frequencies and rich yet mellow tones. It can be used for light classical and folk music, accompaniments, as well as studio recordings.
Punam Flutes C Natural Medium Right Hand Bansuri Size 19 inches
4. Radhe Flutes PVC Fiber C Sharp
This sturdy flute made of PVC has quite strong resistance against harsh weather conditions, and sudden shifts in temperatures, making it very low maintenance. It comes with a lip plate attachment which makes the blowing of flute very effortless. It has been tuned with tanpura at 440Hz.
Radhe Flutes PVC Fiber C Sharp Bansuri Middle Octave Right Handed (18 Inch) With Velvet Cover
5. Stardeals Bamboo Flutes C Sharp
This natural flute made of high-quality bamboo comes with seven finger holes, and is natural brown in colour. For extra protection, it is accompanied by a PVC pipe and a carry bag to store it safely.
STARDEALS Professional Flutes C Sharp 6 Hole Bamboo Flute Bansuri Size 17 Inch With Free Carry Bag (Natural Brown)
Factors To Consider Before Buying A Flute
Depending on your expertise over the instrument, choose a “beginner flute”, “step-up flute”, or a “professional flute”.
Similarly, choose key-type accordingly. For instance, open hole keys are designed for intermediate and advance players.
If you are buying a flute for kids, go for flutes with curved head joints; they bring the flute keys closer to the body.
Check the flute thoroughly for any missing keys or parts.
Check and buy necessary accessories such as silver polish cloth, pad paper, and swab while buying the flute.
- Always rinse your mouth before playing the flute. Food remnants or sugars from beverages may be blown into the flute, reducing its longevity.
High-Quality Bamboo Flutes Tuned To C-Scale
|Product||Price in India|
|Sarfuddin Flutes C Natural Medium Right Hand Size19 Inches Transverse Bamboo Flute Tuned 440Hz Black And Green Thread Combination||₹ 1,500|
|Foora Musical Professional C Scale 8 Hole Bamboo Flute Bansuri with Re-sham Thread Hand Made Bamboo Flute Size 48 cm Beginners/Musician (Export in U.S.A, Canada, Mexico) (Natural)||₹ 1,087|
|Punam Flutes C Natural Medium Right Hand Bansuri Size 19 inches||₹ 2,299|
|Radhe Flutes PVC Fiber C Sharp Bansuri Middle Octave Right Handed (18 Inch) With Velvet Cover||₹ 399|
|STARDEALS Professional Flutes C Sharp 6 Hole Bamboo Flute Bansuri Size 17 Inch With Free Carry Bag (Natural Brown)||₹ 299|
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