C# Trill

This key allows many trills and tremolos to be played in addition to trilling from B or C to C#, making it a truly versatile addition. Available with offset G models.

D# Roller

Makes moving the little finger of the right hand between the low B, C, and C# to the D# key much smoother.

High C Facilitator

(Gizmo Key) Standard on all B footjoint models. The high C facilitator makes it possible to close the low B tone hole while playing the high C.

Split E Mechanism

Allows the right hand E key to close the lower G key to make the high E easier to play. Available with offset G models.

B Footjoint

The low B footjoint not only extends the range one note lower, it adds weight to the overall instrument which increases resistance and results in producing an overall darker tone. The B footjoint improves the overall pitch of the third octave.

C Footjoint

Many flute masters of the past and present often prefer the C footjoint for its brighter tone. It is described as freeing up the low register and offering less resistance throughout the flute.

C# Trill

This key allows many trills and tremolos to be played in addition to trilling from B or C to C#, making it a truly versatile addition. Available with offset G models.

D# Roller

Makes moving the little finger of the right hand between the low B, C, and C# to the D# key much smoother.

High C Facilitator

(Gizmo Key) Standard on all B footjoint models. The high C facilitator makes it possible to close the low B tone hole while playing the high C.

Split E Mechanism

Allows the right hand E key to close the lower G key to make the high E easier to play. Available with offset G models.

B Footjoint

The low B footjoint not only extends the range one note lower, it adds weight to the overall instrument which increases resistance and results in producing an overall darker tone. The B footjoint improves the overall pitch of the third octave.

C Footjoint

Many flute masters of the past and present often prefer the C footjoint for its brighter tone. It is described as freeing up the low register and offering less resistance throughout the flute.