The Pearl 665 Quantz Series flutes are designed for the advancing flutist. Each one features a sterling silver head with plated body and foot as well as French pointed arms that offer exceptional quic... Click To Read More About This Product
The Pearl 665 Quantz Series flutes are designed for the advancing flutist. Each one features a sterling silver head with plated body and foot as well as French pointed arms that offer exceptional quickness and lightness to the touch. The 665 series flutes also offer Pearls' patented pinless construction combined with their one-piece core-bar construction. The sound of these flutes is pure and rich with lower overtones. It comes with a French style case and cleaning rod.
The Unique Pearl Sound
Artists continually remark about the sound's beauty and subtlety, which is further enhanced through Pearl's equal dedication to rock-solid intonation. In addition, the technological advancements on each flute allow flawless shifts from the most projecting of concert sounds to the most delicate subtle nuances.Pinless Construction
All of this attention to the character of the Pearl sound and intonation would not be possible without their equal dedication to reliability. In 1982, Pearl's innovative technicians created their patented One-Piece Core-Bar and Pinless Construction; perpetual smoothness of the key action became a reality.
Quantz Series Special Wall
The Quantz Series flutes are enhanced by a unique wall that gives a dark and rich sound, especially in the low register.
Guitar Center's Pro Coverage
Pro Coverage gives you added warranty protection for your gear. Stepping in where the manufacturer's "normal wear and tear" coverage ends, our Pro Coverage program offers you upgraded coverage if your product ever fails Click To Read More About This Product.
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Comments about Pearl Flutes Quantz 665 Series Flutes:
This is a very nice flute. Guitar Center sent me the wrong flute, but I will use the one they sent me. I ordered this flute with an inline G key and they sent a flute with an offset G key.