Gemeinhardt 33OSB Professional Flute w/ C1 Galway Crusader Headjoint
Retail Price $ 3789.00
Brand new model - just introduced this fall! Hard to find these headjoints in stock
The Galway Crusader C1 model headjoint kicks off the series with a design Gemeinhardt carefully constructed to Sir James Galway’s exacting specifications. Through the latest technological advancements, Gemeinhardt is able to replicate the headjoint design for each and every headjoint produced. The inconsistencies of the hand making process are taken out of the equation, and the flutist’s expectations for high quality sound production are guaranteed in every headpiece.
Sterling silver body and ‘B' foot
Silver-plated French (open-hole) keys
Pointed key arms
Treated unbleached professional pads
Supplied in leather case and cover
Headjoint: Crusader (C1)
Head tube: Sterling silver standard wall (.016)
Lip plate and riser: proprietary blend of platinum and "Gemeinhardt’s Sterling Silver Plus"
Crusader Headjoint Press Release from this fall:
Gemeinhardt Unveils Groundbreaking Flute Headjoint through unprecedented partnership with Sir James and Lady Galway.
Revolutionary Design and Manufacturing, Breakthrough Performance in Gemeinhardt’s Most Consistent and Highest Quality Playing Headpiece Ever
San Diego, CA- August 11, 2016 National Flute Association Convention
Gemeinhardt has launched a new partnership with the world-renowned Sir James and Lady Galway. This unprecedented partnership will enable both Gemeinhardt and the Galways to further their endeavors in bringing continued support and state-of–the- art products and offerings to the flute community and the world of music as a whole.
The all-new Galway Crusader by Gemeinhardt will be a line of flutes and headjoints of the highest caliber for students to advanced players. The National Flute Association Convention was the choice venue to introduce the first headpiece (the C1), which is currently paired with the Gemeinhardt 33 series flutes. Highly respected professionals from around the world responded with confidence that they themselves would play this headjoint and flute combination in concert, and would most certainly recommend it to their students.