Yamaha YFL212ID Flute
Yamaha YFL212ID Flute
Yamaha - Start small, Dream BIG!
Learning an instrument has so many benefits to your social, mental and health wellbeing that not many people know about. Especially those starting out. There’s research to suggest from Yamaha that playing music can train your brain to think faster. This comes in handy when you’re thinking of an excuse for forgetting your sheet music for your music lesson.
Not only does playing music cognitively help you, you begin to feel better too! Endorphins are released when you relax and are happy, a common feeling when playing music. This is the best escape route from stress and a brilliant pastime when you’ve got a spare 5-10 minutes. You can make new friends at music practise or those open band nights increasing your pride, confidence and self-esteem.
Yamaha recognise how important playing music is to our lives and have released their Start Small Dream Big campaign. You can see how others are joining Yamaha in their quest to getting more people into music. Search #StartSmallDreamBig on social media and be sure to upload your photos and use this hashtag.
Featuring a double flare taper and a unique embouchure hole undercut design for excellent response and a warm rich tone, the CY headjoint helps beginners quickly learn to produce a beautiful sound. More advanced players will appreciate its even, quick response in all registers.
All key shapes and placement have been ergonomically designed for a comfortable, natural-feeling performance. Manufacturing processes have been redesigned from the ground up to achieve substantially improved precision that not only leads to greater mechanical accuracy, but also minimizes the need for readjustment over time.
Pointed Key Arms
A#, F# and other non-fingered keys feature pointed key arms. This beautiful key design is inspired by traditional European style.
Yamaha's unique screw resistance inserts allow smooth adjustments while preventing gradual loosing of the screws. For easier access, the screw positioning has been changed.
Footjoint alignment marks facilitate proper fitting by young players.