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PostPosted: Thu Sep 24, 2020 10:17 am 
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Experienced player here who's owned several fine keyless/2-keyed Irish flutes (Casey Burns, Hamilton, Grinter). I just got a fully-keyed flute in mopane from Terry McGee and it is superb in every respect. I went with the Rudall 5088 model since a friend has one and it was the best flute I tried in my year-long search. The wait time was around a year and a half and was totally worth it. My advice would be to try as many different makes/models as you can (which I realize is going to be hampered by Covid), since finding a flute that suits you is such a personal preference. Good luck!


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 25, 2020 7:27 am 
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Thanks kidonthemountain. Yes, trying different flutes right now is almost impossible. I've been visiting Terry's website since I started playing the flute and that's a great resource - I guess his flutes must be superb, indeed. I am still reasoning on the possible options and hope I will get to a final decision soon.


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