Gemeinhardt Model 33SSB Professional Flute
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Each Gemeinhardt professional flute is hand assembled and finished by experienced artisans dedicated to creating instruments of incomparable quality and enduring beauty. The Gemeinhardt 33SSB is a professional instrument that features the unique Gemeinhardt pointed pad cup design on beautiful and durable solid silver keys, along with a heavier crown. The new NG2 solid silver head joint is now available with this instrument.Key of C. French (open hole) model; "K" thin wall headjoint standard; solid silver head, body, keys, and low B footjoint; 12k white gold springs.
- Key of C
- French (open hole) model
- "K" thin wall headjoint standard
Model 33SSB Professional Flute Specifications:
- Body and Foot: Solid Silver
- Head Joint: Solid Silver with model K1 Thinwall Head Joint
- Key Style: Open Hole with French Pointed Arms
- Keys: Solid Silver
- Mechanism: C Foot The "B" in the model number indicates a B Foot with Gizmo. The "OSG" in the model number indicates an offset G Key.
- Springs: 12K White Gold
- Tone Holes: Drawn
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Comments about Gemeinhardt Model 33SSB Professional Flute:
I have play tested and compared the 33ssb alongside the Powell signature all sterling flute. Both instruments are well made and are in my view capable of providing the discerning flute player with highly professional responsiveness and excellent tonal possibilities. I have found the 33ssb to be a more compliant instrument over all, giving a resonant tone much more easily than the Powell. Both flutes have secure, solid, well articulated key mechanisms, However the 33ssb has a lighter feel to the machanism. If anything I would say that Powell has a marginally finer finish to it's overall manufacture and more pleasing curves to the key touches of the foot joint. Generally I think these flutes compare well and dollar for dollar If you can't afford a Powell Signature Flute then the 33ssb is a fine competitor in my view.