I need Flute help!!!

Here’s the deal: I don’t care when you see this. I don’t care if you don’t see it until a month or a year after I post this. I need advice from any intermediate to professional level flutists.
I need to know everything there is to know about buying an open-hole flute. I still play my student flute and am ready to move up (sixth year playing). So if you have any kind of information regarding this subject please let me know via tumblr, and maybe we can email with details or something… I really would appreciate all the help I can get!
Thank you!

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gonewiththewoodwinds:

"The solid platinum tubing is paired with solid 14K gold keys, ribs, soldered tone holes headjoint and footjoint receivers. It features open hole keys, an inline G key, C# trill key and a B foot with a gizmo and it’s matched with a stunning Lafin platinum headjoint with solid 14k gold lip plate, riser and vaulted Lafin crown that is accented with a large garnet jewel.”

Ok brannen. Ok.

tumorsandmusic

flute-world:

This amazing Altus 1307 just arrived!

Altus 1307RBOECD-43-Z-14KR: Britannia silver (.958) handcut Z-cut headjoint with 14K gold riser, Britannia silver body and footjoint, .925 sterling silver mechanism, french (open hole) keys,offset G, split E mechanism, C# trill, pointed key arms, SP-1 springs, drawn tone holes, heavy wall tubing (0.43mm), D# roller, B footjoint

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http://www.fluteworld.com/Altus-1307RBOECD-43-Z-14KR.html