FS: Cochran (Jon Cornia) Blackwood keyless flute

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Jon Cornia, jon c. on C&F, a California antique flute restorer also makes his own flutes, under the brand "Cochran flutes".

This is one of his keyless D flutes in African Blackwood, Rudall-style, with tuning slide & fancy rings - $680 includes shipping (U.S. Only - ships from Los Angeles).

Doskicil (now called Plano) gun case included (as shown) with cork grease & humidifier.

I'm selling to help fund another purchase. I already have other Cochran flutes (1 blackwood Rudall, 1 Delrin Rudall, 1 Mopane Pratten).

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Bumping this up for someone to consider.
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Hard to imagine that no one has jumped on this. If I wasn't fully-fluted, I sure would. Jon makes a very nice flute.

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Thanks, Steve. It's identical (except rings) to my 2nd favorite flute (after my Wylde). It will be someone's favorite flute.
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