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 400, 300, and 200 series models offer various combinations of sterling silver and nickel silver. An extensive lineup makes it easy to choose an ideal first instrument for every player.
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.
Intermediate & Student Flutes
|Toneholes||Key Types||Key Systems||Split E Mechanism||Material||Case||Case Bag|
|YFL-482||Drawn and Curled||Ring Keys||In-line||-||Sterling Silver & Nickel Silver||FLC-200C||FLB-400EII|
|YFL-282||Ring Keys||In-line||-||Nickel Silver|
* Some models are available with a B footjoint. Please add H to the model number. They come with a case (FLC-48II) and a case bag (400 Models: FLB-400EHII, 300 Models: FLB-48II). * Some models are available with a gold-plated lip plate. Please add GL to the model number. * Some 200 Models are available with a silver lip plate. Please add SL to the model number. * YFL-212 is available with a curved headjoint. Please add U to the model number. It comes with a case (FLC-220) and a case bag (FLB-200UEII). * These special models are not available in some regions. Please contact to dealer for more information.
Material Combination for Intermediate & Student Flutes
Drawn and Curled
Walls are drawn upward from the body material, giving the flute a broad, light sound.