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PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2017 6:55 pm 
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SOLD: my Casey Burns Boxwood Folk Flute. $200 or Best Reasonable Offer

All Boxwood with no metal, D Flute with threaded tenon joints. Well cared for, but has developed a curve that does not effect playability, tuning of tone. I played this flute at an outdoor wedding, at contra dances and to put my grand babies to sleep with a lullaby or two. Comes with its original case.

This flute will be a pleasant surprise to the beginner or intermediate with regards to tone and playability of a wooden flute for $200 dollars. Although a noticeable curve to the head,there are no cracks, checks or any irregularities. This has been my travel flute and is a real journeyman flute.

I'm asking $200 or first best reasonable offer plus actual S&H. PayPal encouraged. Will ship same day, tracking and insurance.

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If you know of anyone who might be interested please share.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 11:03 am 
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What an outstanding price for a beautiful flute! I started out on a Burns Folk flute.


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Interesting that the curve seems to be in a good direction for a right handed player. I would think that if the curve went the other way it might cause the flute to rotate while playing.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 06, 2017 3:29 am 
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ScottMaurer wrote:
What an outstanding price for a beautiful flute! I started out on a Burns Folk flute.


Indeed it was.
Or a bit low, but in any case it's a good flute that generated a queue to purchase it. Good luck to all that are looking for a good used flute at this kind of a price. Hopefully this sale renews faith that you can still find a bargain.
All the best,
JD


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 06, 2017 3:39 am 
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monkeymonk wrote:
Interesting that the curve seems to be in a good direction for a right handed player. I would think that if the curve went the other way it might cause the flute to rotate while playing.


Agreed, but I think the best direction for that curve would have been straight! :thumbsup:


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