FLUTE HEADJOINTS

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Are you looking for the best flute headjoints in the world? Then read on!

The secret to having a big, gorgeous, and beautiful flute sound is no longer a secret thanks to Mr. J. Novo, maker of the J. Novo wooden flute headjoint. (See www.jnovoheadjoints.com.) Controlled scientific tests have finally confirmed that 95 – 98% of the tone color of the flute (the “sound” of the flute) is produced only by the headjoint and by the headjoint alone. The headjoint, therefore, is the most important part of the flute in regards to how the flute will sound when it is played. Thus, the headjoint is the heart of the flute. It is through the headjoint that the air column inside the flute is energized, set on fire, and brought to life in a musical phrase.

Many flutists are now discovering that nothing beats the big and rich sound of a wooden flute. However, a wooden headjoint on a metal flute will produce the same tonal quality of sound as a flute made entirely of wood. So, if you already own a metal flute (silver plated, sterling silver, or gold) but you prefer the deeply rich, full, and big sound produced by wooden flutes and perhaps are thinking of purchasing one, save your money! You don’t have to buy another flute! The J. Novo wooden headjoint on your metal flute is all you need to get that big beautiful sound. Thanks to Mr. Novo and his clients, many flutists are now discovering that you don’t have to spend a lot of money buying a wooden flute, or a solid silver, gold, or platinum headjoint to get a fabulous, professional sound. All you need is the J. Novo wooden headjoint on your flute.

The headjoint is the most important part of the flute. It is the heart of the flute. It is through the headjoint that the air column inside the flute is energized, set on fire, and brought to life in a musical phrase. For almost a century now, sterling silver, gold, and platinum flutes have dominated the professional flute scene. It is interesting to note that these precious metals alone became the standard materials for the production of professional flutes in the United States. However, the old myth that a flute had to be made from precious metals in order to produce a beautiful sound is now dead. May it rest in peace. This old myth had been kept alive over the years by manufacturers of precious metal flutes (of course) and by misguided flutists. But things have changed! The beautiful sound of the wooden flute has been made popular once again through the fantastic combination of the wooden headjoint with a metal body. As a result, many flutists have discovered that you don’t have to spend a lot of money buying a solid silver, gold, or platinum flute to get a fabulous, professional sound. On the contrary! With the J. Novo wooden headjoint, you don’t have to spend much at all!

The intonation of the flute, that is, what will make a note play in tune or out of tune, is determined by the size of the tone holes and the placement of those tone holes on the body of the flute, usually referred to as the “scale” of the flute. But the tone color of the notes, the sound quality of the notes, this is determined by the headjoint alone, and of course, by the material that the headjoint is made from. In this regard, a J. Novo wooden headjoint produces a very rich, dark tone that cannot be matched by either silver, gold, or platinum.

FOR THE STUDENT/SEMIPRO: Therefore, even if you own an intermediate level flute that has a good scale (as most of them do these days) with good quality keys on it, and you replace the stock headjoint of that flute with a professional headjoint, you will have a professional sounding flute. It is really that simple! This, of course, is extremely good news for all those flutists who cannot afford to spend a lot of money on a solid silver flute (not to mention gold). Using a good quality professional headjoint on an intermediate level flute is all you really need these days to get a professional beautiful sound. Now, if that headjoint happens to be a J. Novo wooden headjoint, you will have one of the most beautiful sounding flutes you will ever hear, and that is the absolute truth.

Mr. Novo has advanced the design of the thinned wooden headjoint to a level that has not been equaled to date. The J. Novo ultra-thin wooden headjoint for the concert metal flute produces a strikingly rich sound. Its elegant fullness of tone, gorgeous resonance, excellent sound projection, and ease of playing places it in a class all its own and exemplifies the zenith of wooden headjoint manufacture. Every headjoint is truly a work of art. The smooth, soft, and warm feel of the wood on the lower lip provides for a much more pleasurable performance compared to the hard and cold feel of a metal lip plate, and the anti-slip texture of the wood prevents the lip from slipping around when wet. Therefore, lip position is actually more secure on a J. Novo wooden headjoint than on any metal lip plate, plain or engraved. Moreover, as an added bonus, the high register notes are much easier to play on a J. Novo wooden headjoint than on any other headjoint, metal or wood, due to the many unique features combined into one. You get a big, rich, gorgeous sound and ease of playing at an affordable price.

If you want a BIG, dark, and rich sound from your metal flute, and also the ability to play those difficult high notes with ease, the J. Novo wooden headjoint is not only the most economical way to achieve these goals but also the quickest. In other words, you don’t have to spend a lot of money and practice for years to get a big, beautiful sound and master those difficult high notes.

You can achieve both of these goals – INSTANTLY- with the J. Novo wooden headjoint.

But don’t take our word for it. The proof that all the above is true is contained in the testimonials written by the lucky owners of those extraordinary headjoints. Please click on the Testimonials link above to read what they have to say about the J. Novo wooden headjoint, then buy one yourself and join them!

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