A lip plate designed to guide beginners toward proper breath utilization, keys with carefully considered dimensions and angles for optimum balance and easy playability. These and other details are some of the reasons why Yamaha student and intermediate flutes have become bestsellers worldwide. An inimitable blend of leading technology and craftsmanship goes into each and every instrument. New refinements include pointed key arms contributing to elegant visual appeal, and a completely climate change: 7.
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Protection plan documents will be delivered via email within 24 hours of purchase.Privacy Terms. Quick links. Yamaha gold lip Flute History and Instrument Purchase. It has the expected B foot, offset G, and split E I'm going from pictures, I haven't had the chance to inspect it by hand yet.
It also has a gold lip plate, which is what has gotten my attention at the moment. Though google searches will reveal some hits for a YFL GL that mention the gold lip plate, I can't seem to document from the Yamaha site that the gold lip plate is a factory option. What I'm worried about is that somebody is substituting the factory sterling head joint with a cheaper plated joint but with the misdirection of the gold plated lip. Does anybody know if the gold lip plate is in fact a factory option?
I imagine that I should expect the head joint to be stamped 'silver' or something. Thanks in advance. Telling what an instrument is made if is difficult, however, as marks are not always put on the instruments, and different companies use different marks. The easiest way to tell whether it's plate or solid silver is to look at the tenon of the headjoint the part that slides into the body.
If it's a different color usually "brassier" lookingthen the head is probably plate. This is because they cannot plate the tenon, as the constant sliding in and out of the receiver would wear down any plating, and change the fit of the head, so they are forced to leave the base metal exposed. If it's solid silver, the entire length of the head should be a nice silvery color.
As for markings, if there are any, the norms are either "sterling" or ". There are other alloys used by other companies, but since this is a Yamaha, you shouldn't need to worry about the possibility of it being Britannia silver or anything. I was able to still see references to on the non-USA portion of the Yamaha website I also found it a bit odd that it wasn't listed on the US website.
I'm not sure whether that is the result of this being a now discontinued model, or whether there is some strange importing going on.
At this point I'm hoping that I'm just thinking too much. I would just add that if you test play this flute and it's OK, I mean, it sounds good, no major leaks, and the sound you produce matches your will, so you have a go It is usually understood that almost any company will add this cosmetic feature.
All you have to do when you order from yamaha is say you want it plated, and they will do it automatically.More Details. A lip plate designed to guide beginners toward proper breath utilization, keys with carefully considered dimensions and angles for optimum balance and easy playability. These and other details are some of the reasons why Yamaha student and intermediate flutes have become bestsellers worldwide.
An inimitable blend of leading technology and craftsmanship goes into each and every instrument. New refinements include pointed key arms contributing to elegant visual appeal, and a completely revised key parts manufacturing process that significantly enhances overall precision.
The added split E mechanism makes top E easier to play, and the solid silver headjoint makes for a warm, rich sound. With excellent build quality and easy sound production, this flute is reliable and well-made, and most importantly, friendly to play on. Hover over the styled text for a short definition, or click for a more detailed explanation. We aim to offer the best possible value for our products, taking into account our comprehensive choice, Perfect Performance Plan, quality of service and expertise.
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Yamaha Hi, I am playing Saxophone. Any comment on this as for a beginner? And where do you find resource links so that I can read to start my first self-taught lesson on Flute? Thanks for your info in advance. Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements. Re: starting flute Yamaha It's a good intermediate flute.
Yamaha YFL is an excellent student flute. This model has a sterling silver head, which really is no different to play than the silver plated one. It has a "split E" mechanism, which is helpful for third octave E, especially for a doubler. It has off-set G keys, which is standard for student flutes, and good for ergonomics and mechanical robustness.
It has ring keys, 5 of them, which are a pain in the neck for a beginner doubler. Get plugs for them. I recommend that you get it checked by a technician, especially if the lowest notes do not sound, or you need firm finger pressure to make the thing work.
Contentment is not the fulfilment of what you want, but the realisation of how much you already have. Yamaha what makes much more expensive than ? Is as compare to that easily or harder for a beginner to begin with?
Gorden, thanks for your info.
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Following your info, I am now starting to make the first scale notes. Sometimes, I can even get low D, CC. But it is not stable, I think I will need to pratice more Originally Posted by saxophonedaniel. Yamaha What costs the extra is the rip-off charges for a rather light piece of not-so-expensive silver. Marketing BS that the bulk of the flute-buying community has been conned by.Privacy Terms.
Quick links. I'm actually a trumpet player by trade and got bored one day so I decided to compile a complete list of all of the Yamaha trumpet models as it seemed that it hadn't been done before or recently.
Yamaha seemed to list most models, but they were spread across all of their various international websites and not all located in one location. It also quickly became apparent that different sections of the various international Yamaha organisations had different ideas about when certain models were introduced and discontinued.
In addition to that there were some models that Yamaha didn't officially list although they certainly existed, not to mention rare limited edition models only ever offered in Japan. After completing the Trumpet model list I have since gone on and completed a list for Trombones, French Horns and now Flutes. You will see in the list that I try to include at least 2 official Yamaha verification sources for each model, as well as a catalog reference. At the bottom of the list are links to the various Flute related catalogs I have as reference so far.
As time permits I will be filling in all of the specific model specifications and details. I never thought I'd know so much about inline or offset keywork, B or C footjoints, C trill keys, soldered or drawn toneholes etc For the other instruments I have cataloged so far I have also created a database of Yamaha serial numbers.
Yamaha seems to be a bit tight lipped about their serial numbers in general. You can email them at the US Band and Orchestral Division for a date of manufacture for a particular serial but before about not much is known to them. If there is enough interest I will set up a Serial Database for the Yamaha Flute serial numbers also. I'm an instrument nerd so am more than happy to do it just for fun or interest sake, just ask me to. If this list has any errors, typing mistakes, omissions or a new model is released feel free to contact me and I will endeavor to add or correct those details.
Just please be kind, as I am a trumpet player after all. I'm also very appreciative of pdf scans of any Yamaha related marketing material, brochures, catalogs, advertising and even instrument owners manuals.
Yamaha Allegro 371 Flute w/ Original Case (ML1038783)
I can be emailed at: yamahacollector gmail. That's a nice resource for anyone interested in Yamaha musical instruments!
You may include the Yammy that was my first flute, a model from the 70's. Mine was the S. They have now been added to the list. Cheer YamahaCollector. I just called Yamaha USA at numbers to confirm my flute details as I had gotten it secondhand 17mths ago.
Thanks for the heads up. Cheers YamahaCollector. Not sure if you're still maintaining this list of Yamaha flutes, but in case you're interested, I have one you could add. I was in Japan a couple weeks ago, went flute shopping, and picked up a YFL