ADJUSTING TO A NEW TSUBASA HEADJOINT

ADJUSTING TO A NEW TSUBASA HEADJOINT

    
ADJUSTING TO A NEW TSUBASA HEADJOINT    19:09 on Tuesday, November 21, 2017          

Morgansmith
(2 points)
Posted by Morgansmith

Greetings flutists,

This is my first post on the flute forum, and I would be so grateful for any advice that you can give me. My old flute was a Powell, but now I have a new Muramatsu with a TSUBASA headjoint, and therein lies the problem. I love this instrument, and I have no problem playing scales, but E and F in the low register just won't come out for me when I'm playing intervals. I can only get awful sounding harmonics. Can anyone suggest what the cause might be and how I can correct it? ~ Morgansmith


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* Sorry, I meant to say E and F in the middle register.


Re: ADJUSTING TO A NEW TSUBASA HEADJOINT    11:29 on Wednesday, November 22, 2017          

contra448
(770 points)
Posted by contra448

Talk to the store you bought it from. There could be a minor adjustment needed or head problem. If a reputable company sold it to you they will want you to be happy.

Goopd luck.


Re: ADJUSTING TO A NEW TSUBASA HEADJOINT    15:23 on Friday, November 24, 2017          

Morgansmith
(2 points)
Posted by Morgansmith

Thank you Contra 448. That's a good idea. I assumed that the problem was me, but I guess it could be the flute.


Re: ADJUSTING TO A NEW TSUBASA HEADJOINT    21:21 on Monday, January 15, 2018          

mormika
(84 points)
Posted by mormika

It must be the flute. Minor adjustment problem or the head joint problem. The company I am sure will be happy assist you.


   




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